MDC leader, Nelson Chamisa has called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa, to hold a face to face meeting with, that will set the agenda for dialogue between the two political protagonists.
Newzimbabwe.com reports that Chamisa warned that “there will not be 2023” if Mnangagwa does not agree to a one on one meeting he is demanding.
“Mnangagwa must accept a one on one interface with me or there is no dialogue. We need to meet so we can thrash out the modalities of dealing with the crisis engulfing our country.
“It is the only way we can deal with the legitimacy crisis, the political and economic crisis and set our country on the path to recovery,” said Chamisa.
“There will not be a 2023 without the resolution of the 2018 election dispute. They can close the chapter but we will open it. So we are not looking at 2023 but at 2018. The issue of that election must be resolved.”
Mnangagwa and Zanu-PF, consider the issue of the 2018 election dispute a closed chapter, following the decision by the Constitutional Court to dismiss Chamisa’s application to overturn the result.