No one big­ger than the party

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - COMMENT & FEEDBACK - Cde Mzvinavhu. sun­day­mail@zim­pa­pers.co.zw

EDITOR — I write in re­sponse to the ar­ti­cle “Zanu-PF heads for spe­cial Congress”.

There we are; the Zim­babwe African Na­tional Union (Pa­tri­otic Front) is alive and well. It can man­age its in­ter­nal dy­nam­ics. Any di­ver­gent views should not be al­lowed to weaken the rul­ing party.

The coun­try should re­main fo­cused on na­tional is­sues both po­lit­i­cal and eco­nomic.

The party should re­mem­ber to be a ser­vant of the na­tion. No one is big­ger than the party or the na­tion.

Power in the party de­rives from ma­jor­ity views in terms of the con­sti­tu­tion.

Any changes sub­jected to the con­sti­tu­tion will be deemed demo­cratic and ac­cept­able.

Those who choose to par­tic­i­pate in po­lit­i­cal games must un­der­stand that there are al­ways times for di­ver­gent views, which should be set­tled con­sti­tu­tion­ally.

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