ZIMBABWE: Constitutional Court judges have a huge task ahead of them.
They have a huge talk to resolve last month’s general election results which gave the Zanu-PF a disputed victory which the MDC Alliance is now challenging.
Every Zimbabwean who wants to see the governance of Zanu-PF come to an end, has every reason to be concerned, considering there had been no single successful election petition since 2000 that favoured the MDC.
The Constitutional Court judges will have to ensure they hand down a fair judgment as the world watches. They need to put aside their personal interests and loyalty to the governing party and deal decisively with the facts and evidence brought before them.
We, therefore, call on the Zimbabwean judges who are seen to be loyal to the Zanu-PF, not to allow their allegiance to cloud how they handle this matter. Judges are bound by ethics and the constitution, and so let us see them exercise their judgment in keeping with legal principles.
We hope both the leaders of Zanu-PF and the MDC Alliance will leave the court satisfied with the judgment that is expected to be pronounced within two weeks. The MDC Alliance should also be prepared to accept the outcome if it favours the ruling party. It should be the same with president-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa.
The people of Zimbabwe have suffered for a long time under Robert Mugabe. His removal from office in November, after he ruled the country with an iron fist for 37 years, gave Zimbabweans a feeling of hope.
The time is opportune for Zimbabwean leaders to work together to rebuild Zimbabwe. We hope they will find common ground and help Zimbabwe to prosper.
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