August 4, 2012

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Staff Reporter CHINHOYI- Movement for Democratic Change Member of
Parliament for Chinhoyi has called for a peaceful transtion of power
where majority vote is respected without people being coerced by the
army who must shun political activism while at work. MP Stewart
Garadhi was contributing in parliament on a motion of elections raised
by Masvingo Central MP Jeffreson Chitando. He said people were not
killed in Zambia after Kenneth Kaunda lost after 27 years in power
when the majority said, “enough is
enough”. Garadhi said, “Why is it lives are lost whenever there are
elections or referrendum? The Malawians have meaningful resources but
have peaceful transtions from Kamuzu Banda, Bakili Muluzi to the
current leader. Why is it so, is there too much hatred between us or
there others who incite us in Zimbabwe? He went on to thank African Union and
Southern African Development Community, SADC, for snubbing the…

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