During the Angola SADC summit last week the facilitator to the Global Political Agreement, South African President Jacob Zuma, was tasked to immediately visit Zimbabwe to gather GPA principals and solve their disagreements.
The resolutions of these disagreements ought to be done within a timeframe, which makes it possible for the country to hold elections.
Zanu-PF claims that elections should be held this year while the MDC formations prefer the elections to be held next year. The parties of the inclusive Government informed SADC leaders at the summit last week that they were ready for elections.
However, accusations against MDC formations involve confusing Zimbabweans on the outcome of the summit.
The Presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba declared that, “the summit asked the facilitator and South African President Mr Jacob Zuma to come to Zimbabwe to urgently discuss with the principals to the GPA with a view to dealing with whatever issues the parties might have.”
“Given the urgency of the matter, we expect the South African President in the country next week or in the next two weeks,” Mr Charamba continued.
The SADC organ on Politics, Defence and Security Co-operation is constituted by three members, which reports to the SADC summit who passes final resolutions.
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