. With the formation of this transitional government, President Mugabe, Professor Mutambara and I have pledged, in the sight of God, to deliver the nation to a new political dispensation . . This is the debt we owe to our liberation heroes and our democratic movement heroes who paid the ultimate price so we could all live together free from fear, hunger, and poverty.
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Arrest corrupt officials
Monday, 11 March 2013
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has implored the police to stop harassing civic society leaders urging them to deal with corrupt people that have destroyed Zimbabwe.
PM Tsvangirai said this when he was addressing Karoi residents at a “Yes Vote” campaign meeting.
Zimbabweans should go out in their numbers to vote for the new constitution on March 16 to usher in a new constitutional dispensation.
Speaking in Glen View on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dr. Morgan Tsvangirai said: “Let's go in our numbers and make a statement that we are voting for a new constitutional dispensation.”
“People are not the enemy of the State. The people are not a source of instability and the rulers and the ruled should agree. Let us vote for the new constitution as it provides the values of respecting the people,” Dr. Tsvangirai said.
Calls for credible elections have grown louder with Sweden adding her voice to condemning acts of violence and impunity.
Swedish Minister for International Development Co-operation, Gunnila Carlson, told journalists after a closed door meeting with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday and impressed her country’s commitment to assisting Zimbabwe in future.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has challenged President Robert Mugabe to rein in his violent lieutenants who were perpetrating heinous crimes against the people countrywide.
Addressing thousands of mourners at the funeral wake of Christpowers Maisiri who was burnt by Zanu PF militants last Saturday, PM Tsvangirai said the death of the 12-year-old boy marked a defining moment in the struggle for democratic change.
PM acceptance speech at Sun Moon University Seoul South Korea
Thursday, 28 February 2013
I believe most sincerely, that power should not be individualised but rather, that power should be institutionalised. Only when we create credible and responsible institutions can we cultivate a culture of good governance and accountability, Prime Minister Tsvangirai said at the occasion of his conferrement of a Honorary Doctorate at Sun Moon University in Seoul South Korea.