Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) – National People’s Party(NPP) president Joyce Mujuru has dispelled fears that she is stalling on agreeing to an opposition coalition agreement stating that its coming through.
Mujuru, who signed an MOU with Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T says that currently her party is looking into some areas of concern allegedly raised by the other parties.
“We signed memorandums of agreement with some political parties that have a liberation war history like us.”
“What’s left now is to find a solution to the grey areas that the other political parties like the MDC-T have raised.
“Remember we are coming from different backgrounds, they are coming from a trade union background and we are coming from another background.
” What we want is inclusivity and we have kept our doors open for everyone including the diaspora. As we speak, our negotiating teams are busy dealing with the few outstanding issues,” said Mujuru.
After the excitement generated by the signing of the MOU things have stalled with little to no progress and genuine fears that the coalition won’t be realised.
However Mujuru told the media that negotiations are ongoing.
“Negotiations between us as the NPP and the MDC-T, including other political parties are still going on and we hope to work together with other parties in a coalition ahead of the elections.”
“We are encouraging Zimbabweans to register to vote in their numbers,” she said.
“It is not that we do not want to hold campaign rallies but the regime is not sanctioning our meetings, we will do everything we can to ensure that we vote Mugabe’s system out of power next year, ” she said.0
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