Transitional Mechanism Is Needed To Soft-Land Zim Crisis
15 June 2020
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Farai Dziva|MDC Alliance president, Advocate Nelson Chamisa has said a transitional mechanism is needed to “soft-land” the crisis in the country.

Chamisa, quoted by The Standard, described the crisis in Zimbabwe as unbearable and beyond imagination.

“We are in a disaster. There is no income, no foreign investments, no jobs, nothing and it is a tinderbox, it is an explosion, everything is going southward.

The centre can no longer hold.
More than eight million people are facing starvation and this situation does not require a business-as-usual approach,” Chamisa told the weekly publication.

He added:
“We need a transitional mechanism to soft-land the crisis.

We need nation-building and consensus to extricate ourselves out of this problem in the country.

With service delivery collapse, economic collapse, corruption flourishing, human rights abuses on the increase, victimisation of lawyers, attacks on human rights defenders, attacks on journalists, diplomats and non-governmental organisations, everyone seems to be under attack.

It’s a state that seems to be in a difficult position and they are seeing enemies everywhere.”

Advocate Chamisa