“Govt Committed To Constitutionalism”: VP Mohadi
Vice President Kembo Mohadi has revealed that government will continue to uphold unconditional constitutionalism and strive to advance a culture of engagement, re-engagement and dialogue.
Vice President Mohadi said this while launching the United Nations (UN) book entitled: ‘Pathways for Peace,’ in Harare (Friday).
The Vice President said the new administration is striving to achieve constitutionalism and engage the international community in the best interest of citizens.
“The present government came through a history of different oppression and is addressing all challenges for a better Zimbabwe. Shared values, unity of purpose, discipline and a corrupt free economy is achieved through involvement and commitment by the citizenry,” he said.
UN Resident Coordinator, Mr Bishaw Parajuli said the UN will provide technical and financial support to the government in achieving its objectives.
Pathways for Peace is a book on research on conflict management and there are concerns that millions of dollars are used for conflict resolution instead of investing in the prevention of conflicts.-StateMedia
The researches were done in a number of African countries and other continents.
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