Exiled former cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo argues that any new political party or movement emerging after the 2023 harmonised general election lacks both factual and legal grounds to demand a new election.
He further asserts that candidates who abandon their original party after contesting under its banner forfeit any claims or entitlements related to that election, irrespective of their validity.
Moyo specifically points out Nelson Chamisa, former president of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), highlighting that Chamisa lost his right to demand fresh elections upon leaving the party he initially represented.
Even as Chamisa reportedly explores forming a new political party, Jonathan Moyo contends that he remains ineligible to call for new polls.
In other news , Tensions Persist Within Opposition as Chamisa Allies Forge Ahead with New Movement. Friction between longstanding figures within the opposition and those aligned with former Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa continues to brew.
Following Chamisa’s departure from CCC, citing alleged Zanu PF infiltration, his supporters have wasted no time in mobilizing for their cause. Led by Ostallos Siziba and Amos Chibaya, engagement sessions are underway across various provinces, with recent visits to Midlands and Bulawayo provinces introducing the….read in full