Zimbabwe Human Rights Association, ZimRights, has denied reports that it is calling on Zimbabweans to reject any new
constitution that will be based on the controversial Kariba draft.
Kingdom-based The Zimbabwean published Monday a story quoting a ZimRights
official Fanuel Mafaro calling on Zimbabweans to reject the Kariba draft,
adding that the three political parties in the inclusive government do not have
the right to impose a constitution on the country.
ZimRights National Director Okay Machisa distanced his association from the
official’s statements telling reporter Jonga Kandemiiri that they want to see a
constitution that is based on the three draft constitutions in the country,
namely the NCA, the Chidyausiku and the Kariba.
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