Prime Minister Tsvangirai address to the SADC extra summit in Maputo
The Constitutional court judgment is not cast in stone and should not be used as an excuse to scuttle the necessary reforms that will achieve our shared goal of a level political playing field for a free and fair election.
Prime Minister Tsvangirai said Saturday at the SADC Extra Ordinary summit in Maputo Mozambique.
While the process of the roadmap is being dealt with, there are many software and hardware issues we have to address if we are to hold a credible election, key among them the many reforms that we have agreed on as political parties and as Principals but remain unimplemented.
MDC President Tsvangirai said Thursday addressing journalists on the minimum conditions for the holding of free and fair elections.
Prime Minister's speech at the 2013 ZIBC in Bulawayo
We will all insist on a free and fair election as a precondition for the sustainability of business during and after the election itself taking into cognisance that any disturbances to the economy will affect the consumer, who is a worker to labour, a client to business and a voter to the politician.
The consumers’ interests are therefore more supreme than the interests of all of us and it is those interests of the ordinary person that must be protected by all. Prime Minister Tsvangirai said Wednesday in opening remarks read on his behalf by Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe at the Zimbabwe International Business Conference in Bulawayo.
My attention has been drawn to a report in today’s The Herald , 5th April 2013, whichsuggests that daggers have been drawn against my person, in my capacity as Prime Minister Tsvangirai's "legal adviser", apparently for giving "wrong legal advice" to the Prime Minister in an elections-related case that is before the High Court.