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CCC disorganisation drags Zimbabwe backwards

Story by Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor

POLITICAL experts have accused the chaos riddled opposition Citizens Coalition for Change of forcing the country to remain in an election mode.

This comes after the recalling of the CCC legislators resulted in the proclamation of by-elections in nine constituencies.

Zimbabweans went to the polls in line with the dictates of the constitution on the 23rd of August with President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his ruling ZANU PF romping to victory.

Barely two months after the general elections, Zimbabwe has been plunged back into election mode, owing to what political analysts have termed the folly of the so-called strategic ambiguity in the Citizens Coalition for Change which is operating without political structures.

This comes after CCC Interim Secretary General Sengezo Tshabangu recalled 15 legislators, nine of whom were directly elected during the August 23 General Elections.

Political analyst, Mr Clayton Mambizvo is disappointed that the chaos in the opposition outfit is costing the nation financial resources which were supposed to be channelled towards developmental projects.

“We are in perpetual election mode owing to the confusion within opposition political parties. The fact that they don’t have structures has come to haunt them as anyone can fire anyone within the party hence these by-elections which will cost government money which could have done something different,” he said.

Another political expert, Mr Gibson Nyikadzino said Zimbabweans deserve organised political parties, “CCC is to be blame for Zimbabwe to go into election soon after the other, this is pure failure for such a political party to exhibit its confusion to the world in such a manner. Zimbabweans directed their energies to the 23rd of August General Elections and hope to utilise the remainder of the year towards championing development and this has not materialised.”

Political analysts are fully convinced that without the confusion within the CCC the country could be focusing on growing the economy and improving people’s lives.

The by-elections will be held on the 9th of December in nine constituencies.

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