A delegation of different political parties from Tanzania has meet with the ruling party Zanu PF to share experiences on how the country can prepare for the forthcoming harmonised elections set for this July.

In an interview on the sidelines of the meeting at the party headquarters, Zanu PF secretary for administration Cde Obert Mpofu said the team has come to assess the country’s preparedness on elections and to learn from Zimbabwe’s experience.

“President Emmerson Mnangagwa has already said we are to recognise democratic elections which are free, fair and credible,” he said.

Chamachamapinduzi political affairs and international relations Cde Ngemela Lubinga highlighted that multi party democracy is key in making sure that people exercise their rights.

Cde Lubinga added that the relationship between the two countries is bonded by historical ties earned during the liberation struggle.

“We are building the Mwalimu Nyerere Institute which we are going to teach the people of Zimbabwe on political ideology,” said Cde Lubinga.

Zanu PF last week launched its election manifesto paving way for full throttle campaigns for the forthcoming harmonised elections.