Madhuku to step down in 2023

THE Lovemore Madhuku-led National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) party has capped two terms as the limit for all party members who are contesting parliamentary seats.

In an interview with NewZimbabwe.com in Harare on the party’s preparedness for the harmonised elections due in few months’ time, NCA spokesperson Madock Chivasa said they had brought a new wave of democracy in the country’s politics

The NCA has had only Professor Madhuku as its leader since it was a civil society organisation. However, Chivasa said they were now a political party which is different from what “we were before”.

Chivasa said they had selected 210 candidates to contest all the house of assembly seats. The party also said it had selected candidates for all the local government positions in all wards nationwide.

NCA also said it would not hold primary elections, adding that they field the same candidates the party used to test the electoral play field in by-elections which have taken place since 2013.

Source :

bulawayo24

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