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Mahere Says CCC’s Candidate Selection Process Would Be Different From Previous Ones

Mahere Says CCC’s Candidate Selection Process Would Be Different From Previous Ones

The opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has said the party’s candidate selection process would be different from previous selection processes.

The party’s spokesperson, advocate Fadzayi Mahere made the remarks during a press conference held in Harare on Thursday last week. She said:

President Nelson Chamisa, our change champion in chief, is on record saying that our candidate selection process for 2023 will be a departure from the past.

All candidates are going to be selected by the communities they wish to represent.

What we implore the citizens to do is plug into the community candidate selection process, it’s no longer business as usual where a candidate is forced upon a particular community, people are going to choose for themselves,” said Mahere.

People are going to lead in terms of the criteria we are doing.

Some consultations people insist on a person who lives in the community, a person who has integrity, a person who is competent, a person who believes in the transformation agenda.

So all these things are going to be in the criteria we are going to use but the citizens of the siding because the key guiding philosophy of CCC is that citizens should be at the forefront of all decisions that are made.

Normally political parties hold primary elections to allow their structures comprising approved members to select candidates to represent them in national elections.

Mahere told ZimLive.com that her party was going “to roll out the full details” about the new approach “at the appropriate time.”

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14 Comments

PoliticalObserver 1 month ago

Individual Centered Political Parties have proven in history to quickly garner support temporarily and later collapse.I wish to inform CCC sympathizers that in the event your firebrand Nelson Chamisa fails to deliver as per your expectations nobody is going to stand for the party as all of your policies and strategies are formulated to promote Twitter president not the party.Be warned!


Gwedu 1 month ago

Twitter is a country on it's own, so there is nothing wrong to become a president of Twitter. What is wrong is to become an illegitimate president, rapist, corrupt, incompetent and extravagant. ED is not a president he is just an oligarchy leader of a kakistocratic regime!!

PoliticalObserver 1 month ago

Individual Centered Political Parties have proven in history to quickly garner support temporarily and later collapse.I wish to inform CCC sympathizers that in the event your firebrand Nelson Chamisa fails to deliver as per your expectations nobody is going to stand for the party as all of your policies and strategies are formulated to promote Twitter president not the party.Be warned!


INTETESTED ONLOOKER 1 month ago

Chakunetsayi chii regayi apinde hake mukomana.

Mthwakazi kaNdaba 1 month ago

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mnhanga 1 month ago

Mr Chamisa go on your approach is the best.Locals should select their candidate.


Long Serving Member 1 month ago

We have citizens who have been tortured, jailed, had homes burnt along the way. All that will come to zero as communities will choose popular candidates to represent them.
In summary, long serving members are no longer wanted.


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 1 month ago

We all know the Twitter president is lying that he will impose candidates on the citizens since he himself was imposed.

[VOTING CCC IS ABSOLUTE SUICIDE]

Yours faithfully
William Sonboy Chinembiri
[THE BUSH LAWYER]


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zvakaoma 1 month ago

what mahere is saying does not make sense at all because people in different wards are supposed to VOTE and the person who gets the most VOTES will represent the people in that ward and that is the common practice everywhere. CCC is going nowhere with this approach and it is depending on protest votes


pk 1 month ago

vaye vakabva kwa mwonzora mavakuraswa.


jj 1 month ago

Chamisa chete chete chete


Razor wekwaRaza 1 month ago

People want change but team Kamisa does not have a convincing team.
Havaikwanise Zimbabwe ava, vaita vatete.


Jah🇿🇼Tsvarie-07 1 month ago

Good idea, citizens know better than the party.


Jah🇿🇼Tsvarie-07 1 month ago

2023 i see total change, those in exile are coming back and the vise-vesa is true...



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