ZANU PF says the re-election of MDC-Tâ€™s Lovemore Moyo as House of Assembly Speaker is a big victory for the countryâ€™s legal system and not any political party.
The election of Lovemore Moyo has been described by ZANU-PF as a non-event if celebrated in the context of partisanship.
The partyâ€™s Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Rugare Gumbo told ZBC News that the Speakerâ€™s election does not only vindicate Zimbabweâ€™s democratic structures, but is a victory for Zimbabweâ€™s legal system that sought to correct an initially flawed process that resulted in Moyoâ€™s election to the Speakerâ€™s post in 2008.
A legal expert, Advocate Ashton Musunga also hailed the countryâ€™s legal system for refusing to rubber stamp an initially flawed legal process.
He pointed out that Moyoâ€™s re-election to the Speakerâ€™s post is a clear demonstration that the countryâ€™s democratic process has passed the mark.
Meanwhile, Cde Gumbo also rubbished the bribery allegations leveled by the MDC at ZANU PF ahead of the Speakerâ€™s election saying ZANU PF is a party of people with a conscience who would never indulge in such activities.