There are no outstanding issues in the Global Political Agreement. All the agenda issues, such as provincial governors, have been cleared. What remains is the implementation of those issues, but the GPA does not provide a timeframe for that, said Ncube.
The previous day Ncube had announced to journalists in Harare that the reappointment of the Reserve Bank Governor and the Attorney General were not outstanding issues, but rather points that Zanu (PF) was reluctant to discuss with other parties in government.
Its clearly stated in the GPA that the appointment and re-appointment of senior government officials shall be done in consultation with the three principals, a situation with which Zanu (PF) is not willing to comply.
Ncube urged the people to acknowledge the achievements made by the inclusive government so far. He said the restoration of the rule of law was achieved contrary to reports in some sections of the media that there was no rule of law in Zimbabwe. While acknowledging the continuing problems in farming areas, Ncube said everything was being done to address the issue.
We have acknowledged to the European Union that we are still having some problems in the farming areas. But we are working to bring sanity to these areas, he said.