Chamisa sets Zec vigil dates

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OPPOSITION MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa yesterday disclosed that their planned vigils at the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) offices countrywide would kick off next Tuesday and run until July 30, if the electoral management body refuses to accede to his demands for key electoral reforms ahead of the month-end polls.BY OBEY MANAYITI/RICHARD CHIDZA This came as Southern Africa Development Community (Sadc) chairperson and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed yesterday that the regional bloc had received Chamisa’s petition demanding an extraordinary summit to discuss the “Zimbabwe crisis”.Chamisa, who heads both the MDC-T and the country’s largest coalition of opposition parties — MDC Alliance, has declared that his political grouping had the capacity to stop holding of elections on July 30 until the political playfield has been levelled.He accused Zec and the ruling Zanu PF of colluding to rig the polls in favour of incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa.MDC-T youth leader Happymore Chidziva told NewsDay yesterday they had mobilised adequately for the five-day round-the-clock vigil at the Zec headquarters and provincial offices starting next Tuesday.“We have applied (to police) to advise of our plans for a continuous demonstration from the 25th and we are now waiting for feedback on issues that we have raised.We made the application to the police,” he said.“This demonstration is the one where we will picket at Zec until our issues are addressed.People will be staying at the Zec offices.We will start in Harare, but we will have teams in all the provinces so that nothing will happen until we get a satisfactory response.”To date, the MDC Alliance has held two demonstrations in Harare, which attracted large numbers as part of efforts to pile pressure on government and Zec to level the political playfield ahead of the elections.“The people will occupy Zec offices, we are taking over.This will be a very successful exercise and we will push through to have our demands acted upon,” Chidziva said.Ndivhuwo Mabaya, spokesperson of the South African government’s Department of International Relations and Co-operation, told NewsDay that Ramaphosa was already seized with Chamisa’s concerns.“It is receiving his attention and he will respond soon.The chairperson is dealing with the matter,” Mabaya said.Chamisa on Tuesday said he was pushin