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Real democracy allows everyone’s violence to be heard without fear of victimisation. Vitriolic comments on Mwonzora’s view only display the same factional feuds in MDC as in Zanu PF leading to the expulsion of Mutasa, Mujuru and the incumbent president.

Maybe MDC needs to walk the talk and reform its leadership and replace the same faces that have been recycled for the past 20 years. MDC-T, MDC-M, MDC, MDC-MZ, MDC-C, will the real MDC stand up.
— Daniel. 

Be careful to loose all that you have built because of miscalculations, people at the moment are very much with Nelson Chamisa and the euphoria is not easy to break.
— Kufandada.

Well done Mwonzora. Internal democracy in political parties leads to a stronger national democracy. More than anyone, Chamisa needs to learn some basic lessons on democracy. Even more important, however, is that political party culture in Zimbabwe must change. Contests must be amicable. This is as good a start as any.
— Ken Girtz.

MDC should not take us the voters for granted. They just for the first time in about 20 years , lost a council seat in Bulawayo because they could not come up with a process that would fairly chose a party candidate. They ended up fielding two candidates , as they did in 2018 general elections. Who is rigging who? More ominous though is the fact that both their candidates’ combined votes could not beat the Zanu PF candidate. Now they are attacking Mwonzora for exercising his democratic right to contest for an office of choice. The CCC idea is horrible. Look where Robert Mugabe got us. Now busy creating another one. Let the congress be fair. Bullying of fellow comrades, worshipping of individuals as untouchable is no no.
— Runyararo.

Does Mwonzora support USA sanctions against Zimbabwe? We all know that Chamisa, Tendai Biti, Komichi, Hwende etc support USA sanctions against Zim and for that reason they are traitors.
— Ndiani Ndiani.

And exactly what’s wrong with Mwonzora’s comments? You run the risk of becoming another Zanu PF where the only qualification that will get you far is bootlicking and praise-singing. Where pluralism is seen as anti-party. Where differences of opinion get you labelled mutengesi. Rise above the village politics of Zanu PF. 
— Moe Syszlack

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