The Movement for Democtratic Change formation of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on Monday wrapped up its two-day policy conference in Nyanga in Manicaland Province, where party leaders examined policies they want to implement should they come to power after elections later this year.
Party spokesman Douglas Mwonzora said the conference looked at policies affecting all sectors, including economic, social, education and health.
He said the policy briefs are designed by policy secretaries as mandated by the party’s constitution.
Mr. Mwonzora said in developing its policy document, the MDC-T became confident it will win this election.
The party's bitter rival, Zanu-PF, has already indicated that it would conduct a countrywide election campaign this year based on the indigenization agenda to disloge the MDC-T from its traditional strongholds.
President Robert Mugabe has ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist since the southern African nation attained independence in 1980.
Mr, Mugabe is among the oldest long-serving African presidents on the continent.