Yesterday the ZANU-PF meeting took place in Bulawayo province. At the meeting, the party took several decisions and adopted some resolutions. The resolutions unanimously adopted by the party’s Bulawayo Provincial Coordinating Committee will take effect as soon as various thematic committees discuss a range of details. An extensive discussion is planned for the next week at Esigodini at the National People’s Conference.
The thematic committees are to discuss the party state, its international and regional relations with liberation movements, science and technology, women and youth affairs, cultural and economic issues, social services, media, religion and liberation of war heritage.
The resolutions concerning the finalization of the exercise and ex-detainees which include those made by the coordinating committees (DCCs) were also approved.
One of the most important decisions made yesterday is that the party should not engage in any talks on the government of national unity with the MDC Alliance.
The party has made a decision regarding the 2023 elections, to nominate the sole candidate – the president Mnangagwa.
Having discussed the issue of elections, the party members also concluded that it was necessary to improve its work and make the elections more transparent.
Zanu-PF has made a resolution that the party should strengthen its relations with other regional and international liberation movements and engage other leaders in neighboring countries.
Cde Mashaba also noted: “We also agreed on the need to decentralise the registry offices so that licences, identity cards and passports can be accessed electronically at either provincial or district level instead of everything being done in Harare.”