AMHVoices: Coalitions entail give-and-take formula

In response to Khupe takes on Tsvangirai: Alliances are not devoid of upheavals, but the trio of MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe, party chairman Lovemore Moyo and suspended organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe should not take it personally. Coalitions entail the give-and-take formula.

By Man Kenya,Our Reader

MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe is flanked by vice-president Thokozani Khupe (left) and Thabita Khumalo
MDC-T organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe is flanked by vice-president Thokozani Khupe (left) and Thabita Khumalo

In my opinion, the opposition should momentarily sideline their respective parties and register one giant all-inclusive political outfit where everyone should feel accommodative competing for the primaries in an equal capacity.

In a free and fair nomination exercise, those who lose should unequivocally support the winners for the betterment of strengthening the outfit. Only then can you succeed.

All other inter-party accusations and counteraccusation are just a start-off on the wrong foot. However, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai should forthwith drop his much-touted Members of Parliament ring-fencing exercise to create a level nomination ground. It is a misplaced patriarchal hype, after all.

2 Comments

  1. Does Tsvangirai listen?

  2. Is this a commentary, a letter from a contributor? It appears vague and to appear on the headline. Maybe Newsday is trying to communicate something. However put simply MDC is free to define its Policies. Infiltration is a major problem in the current environment with high risk of causing instability and therefor do not see anything wrong with ring fencing parliamentary seats.

    Why is Morgan blamed for every opposition issues. I thought there were more than 40 Parties in Zim.

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