By Lloyd Takawira
Inconsistencies and lack of tact on how to approach the dialogue process has gripped the countries’ main opposition party MDC Alliance.
Talk of dialogue between President Mnangagwa and his protagonist MDC Leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa have been gathering traction with the clergyman being the latest to voice to have suggested that the political impasse be resolved through dialogue.
However, confusion seems to have gripped the Opposition MDC led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa.
Most MDC leadership including the president Chamisa have been saying for dialogue to commence ZANU PF must recognize Nelson Chamisa as the legitimately elected leader , a claim vehemently refuted by ZANU PF.
Recently MDC national chairperson Hon Tabitha Khumalo and MDC Secretary of international relations Glads Hlatswayo have been putting conditions to the dialogue processes.
However, not to be outdone was the former Secretary General and now Deputy secretary for International Relations Senator Douglass Mwonzoro who appeared to be singing a different hymn .
Mwonzora who has been at loggerheads with fellow leaders suggests that dialogue must be done without conditions.
“The current stand-off at Parliament is a manifestation of the political tensions in the country. It can no longer be ignored. It requires genuine, inclusive and unconditional dialogue. For how can one set Zanu PF-only committee to investigate only-MDC MPs?”