Following the press statement issued on 15th January 2019 [link], the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is in the process of providing a platform for a National Dialogue to allow Zimbabweans to share their views on how to address the situation in our country and foster sustainable peace and development.
Drawing from its mandate as espoused in Chapter12 Part 6 s. 252 of the Constitution, (function(d); develop procedures and institutions at a national level to facilitate dialogue among political parties, communities, organisations and other groups, in order to prevent conflicts and disputes arising in the future), the NPRC envisages the National Dialogue as an opportunity for Zimbabweans to collectively shape their desired socio-economic and political landscape and bring meaningful transformation to the nation.
The Commission has so far conducted bilateral consultations with the goal of building consensus on the need for a national dialogue.
The nation is hereby advised that the NPRC will shortly be inviting sectoral representatives to jointly formulate with us the framework to guide the National Dialogue process.
Let us all own the process that will create the end that we desire.Post published in: Featured