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Zimbabwe Students Union, Divided Over Constitution, in Move to Patch Up Dispute

  • Jonga Kandemiiri
  • Thomas Chiripasi

Not all leaders of the two ZINASU formations are on board with the effort to restore unity following the union's fracture earlier this year into factions opposed to the parliamentary-led constitutional revision process, and in support of it

Members of the two factions of the Zimbabwe National Students Union have set aside their differences over the national constitutional revision process and agreed to set up an interim management committee, ZINASU sources said Monday.

But correspondent Thomas Chiripasi reported from Harare, not all officers of the two formations are on board with the effort to restore unity to the union following its fracture earlier this year into factions opposed to the parliamentary-led constitutional revision process, and a faction that endorses the government-led redraft.

Reached by VOA Studio 7 reporter Jonga Kandemiiri, ZINASU faction leader Tafadzwa Mugwadi dismissed the reunification move as unconstitutional, saying members of his formation must first give their.

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