rugare.jpgZanu-PF says the constitution making process should be speedily and efficiently completed to allow the country to hold general elections.

This came out after COPAC co-Chairperson, Cde Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana, made submissions to the Politburo that the Constitution Parliamentary Select Committee (COPAC) has secured enough funding to complete the exercise.

Zanu-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Rugare Gumbo told ZBC News that deliberations and resolutions coming out of the Politburo included submissions by Cde Mangwana, who revealed that enough funding to complete the constitution making exercise has been secured.

“The government has given US$5 million to the exercise with the donor community giving COPAC another US$4million, so as a party, we want to see the process completed speedily to facilitate the holding of elections,” Cde Gumbo said.

Cde Gumbo also revealed that the Politburo discussed the country’s indigenisation exercise which is set to see the process being launched in all the country’s provinces.

Zanu-PF also undertook to engage professional staff in its quest to strengthen the party structures and according to Cde Gumbo, the party will employ qualified professionals to run its day to day business to ensure efficiency.

COPAC’s securing of funding is set to see the completion of Zimbabwe’s constitution making exercise and pave way for the holding of general elections.