Harare- Zimbabwe Parliament has this afternoon expelled 10 MPs from the MDC-T after their party wrote to the House saying they were no longer representing party interests.
Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda made the announcement this afternoon. The 10 are Eric Murai of Highfield East, Wellington Chikombo of Glen Norah, Earthrage Kureva of Epworth, Dorcas Sibanda of Proportional Representation Bulawayo, Caston Matewu of Marondera Central, Lynette Karenyi Kore of PR Manicaland, Concilia Chinanzvavana of PR Mashonaland West, Susan Matsunga of Mufakose, Prince Dubeko Sibanda of Binga North and Unganai Tarusenga of St Mary’s.
Advocate Mudenda said he will soon inform President Mnangagwa and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) on the existence of vacancies in terms of the Constitution. The recall of the 10 is a culmination of 21 MPs the opposition party has recalled to date following leadership wrangles affecting the party.
The recall of MDC-T MPs followed a Supreme Court ruling in April this year conferring legitimacy to Thokozani Khupe as the leader of the party.
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