“We don’t have a title for it as yet, we are still working on it. It’s all about the problems that the world in facing today (including Zimbabwe)."
Mwonzora said so far the police had promised that they were not going to disrupt the march but they warned them that if they “don’t behave” and tried to stop them on the 14th they would be confronted.
Some of the families who were at the event won the White House Easter egg roll lottery while others came under different tickets.
According to MDC spokesperson, Obert Gutu, Mwonzora told the security details that it was demeaning to ask the former prime minister to produce his ID when he is a VIP.
“It (bill) can be sponsored by citizens and pushed through one MP (Member of Parliament). We need to make it clear that it’s time this got addressed and those responsible have to come out.”
Alouise Mutanga, director of the Association of the Victims of Political Violence based in South Africa, said rehabilitation and compensation is needed for victims of political violence.
“Shonas and Ndebeles must come together and address this issue. It’s not a tribal issue, it’s a national issue. I am saying this because I am Shona. I need everybody to know that.”
"There is a lot of work that needs to be done and also the alignment of laws to the constitution especially those that have to do with women and young girls,"
Coltart has become embroiled in a row with Mnangagwa after it emerged that his recently published book contains statements that sometime in 1983, Mnangagwa encouraged violence against civilians.
These war veterans have already indicated that a planned meeting with President Robert Mugabe early next month is expected to shape democratic processes in Zimbabwe.
Grace Kwinjeh, who lives near the bombed airport, told VOA Studio 7 state security agents appear to be on top of the situation.