By Paul Nyathi|The opposition MDC Alliance coalition is looking more certain to collapse than survive with just under two months to the election.
The Alliance which is backing MDC-T President Nelson Chamisa as the presidential candidate is failing to come up with agreements in most of the parliamentary constituencies amid reports that the MDC-T is challenging candidates put up by other coalition partners.
Reliable sources within the mdct indicated to ZimEye.com that some of the MDC-T members are actually calling on the party leadership to withdraw the party from the Alliance and go it alone.
The MDC-T members claim that most of the Alliance partners’ candidates are too weak to contest in place of potential MDC-T candidates and are likely to lose to the ruling ZANU PF candidates.
MDC-T National chairman Morgan Komichi who is charge of the party’s candidates identification process last week confirmed that his party was failing to handle the alliance rebelling party members as the figures are growing every day.
The party sources who spoke to ZimEye.com said that some of the alliance partners especially the Jacob Ngarivhume led Transform Zimbabwe are also beginning to want out of the Alliance due to the failing relations in the coalition.