Zec Responds To Chamisa’s Ultimatum
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has reportedly stated that it is willing to respond to the MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa’s demands for reforms.
This came after Chamisa stated that he has given Zec one week for negotiations, blasting the electoral body’s chairperson, Priscilla Chigumba, saying she was arrogant and that she has failed to run Zec.
“One of the biggest challenges that we have had with Chigumba unlike (former Zec chairperson Rita) Makarau’s time is that Chigumba is very arrogant. She thinks that she is the author of law, the alpha and omega of wisdom. She is not, and she must listen,” Chamisa said.
However, in response, Zec chief elections officer, Utoile Silaigwana said:
“With regards to Chamisa’s requests, the Commission has indicated that they will respond to them. At the moment I do not have their response”
Chamisa has publicly declared that he will not go into election before his concerns are addressed.
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