zanu-pf gathering.jpgThe Constitution Parliamentary Committee says there is nothing wrong with the three main political parties – ZANU PF, MDC-T and MDC-M to campaign or select key speakers who can mobilize people to push for their party’s position during the course of the constitution making process.

 

Co-chairman of Copac, cde Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana says there is nothing wrong with political parties pushing for their respective parties’ positions as long as it is done in a peaceful manner.

 

ZANU-PF chairman for Harare province, Ambassador Amos Midzi said his party has already crafted a document which is being used by its structures to canvas support for its position during the constitution making process.

 

The constitution-making process kicks of today and the constitution parliamentary committee says all is set for the consultations that are expected to run for the next 88 days, whereby people will be giving their views on what they want to be included in the new constitution.

 

The principals to the Global Political Agreement last week assured people that adequate security measures have been put in place.

 

Meanwhile, ZANU-PF Harare Province has urged its members to go out in numbers and speak out about the party’s position in the constitution-making process.

 

Addressing leaders of the Gospel Church International from the country’s ten provinces in Harare, the ZANU-PF Constitution Mobilization Team called on people to fully participate and air their views freely in the constitution making process.

 

ZANU-PF Women’s League member, cde Miriam Chikukwa urged the apostolic sect leadership to lobby for women and children’s rights in key areas such as health, education and to condemn such issue as homosexuality, rape and Satanism, which she said are against the word of God.

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Cde Goodwills Masimirembwa, who chronicled the history of the liberation struggle, challenged not only the apostolic leadership but the nation at large to speak with one voice on the need to defend the gains of the struggle and ensure that calling or inviting for sanctions must be made a serious crime in the new constitution.