Mr Mwonzora was asked questions regarding the infighting in MDC-T, and his response was as follows;
Answering Why is the opposition failing to unite? Was it too much to ask for the MDCT to go to congress and decide who represents?
Harare - The rift between Rival factions belonging to Zimbabwe’s biggest opposition political party, Movement for Democratic Change - Tsvangirai (MDC - T ), has widened after a High Court ruled that the two formations can use the same name in campaigning for 2018 elections slated for later this year.
Meanwhile, the ruling ZANU PF with its so-called new dispensation approach is capitalizing on the chaos moving on by inclusion of other ethnic communities and disgruntled opposition supporters.
FINALIZATION OF ELECTORAL LAW REFORM CRITICAL TO CREDIBLE ELECTIONS- ZESN
16 April 2018 – The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) notes with concern delays by the Parliament of Zimbabwe to finalize the process of enacting comprehensive reforms to the Electoral Act in line with constitutional provisions. ZESN calls upon legislators and the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to urgently consider the proposed amendments to the electoral laws as further delays will only serve to jeopardize the credibility of the impending 2018 elections.