In Zimbabwe: Zanu PF responded to American call for urgent national talks

Zanu-PF said that the United States should stop Zimbabwe from operating its affairs as it does not have any moral grounds. The ruling party’s information and publicity minister Simon Khaya Moyo said in a statement yesterday that the Trump administration should remove itself from the mindset of Big Brother, as it was unacceptable.

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“Near the Trump administration, Zimbabwe is not a part of moral authority to handle its affairs,” he said.

“There is no need to remind the United States that Zimbabwe is a sovereign state and that sovereignty is sacred, so it should be honored by every country, including the US.”

Cde Khaya Moyo said that Zimbabwe only takes directions from its own constitution. He said, “Zimbabwe does not take any direction from anyone other than the directions and its constitution.”

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“If Mr Trump cares much about the people of Zimbabwe, then they should be present for a continuous call by Zimbabweans, SADC and large sections of the global community to unconditionally remove illegal restrictions on our country.”

Cde Khaya Moyo said that Zanu-PF will not be confiscated in talks with the opposition.

“Zanu-PF can not be pressed into talks with the opposition,” he said.

“Media reports that representatives of Zanu-PF and MDC-Alliance were in Basel, Switzerland, taking part in some peace building workshop for dialogue is unprecedented Hogwarosh. There is no reason for Zanu-PF to attend such a workshop. Zimbabwe has structures for political dialogue, which includes multi-party contact platforms and which structure is already well-present during and after the July 2018 election. ”

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Cde Khaya Moyo said that the ruling party fully knew why America is interfering in Zimbabwe’s internal affairs.

Last month, after the use of ammunition by the security forces to calm the violent demonstrations of ZCTU, the American administration has condemned religious monument of President Mannghuga’s administration for alleged violation of human rights.

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