Some of their key roles in this regard include holding the government accountable; ensuring that authorities function within the confines of the law; exposing corruption, nepotism and the abuse of power; and serving as a credible alternative to the ruling party.
“The question is whether the MDC has a meaningful role right now that is understood by both Zimbabweans … and the outside world that was once sympathetic to the opposition — for the opposition is opposing itself. This is a disaster,” Chan said.
Notwithstanding the misplaced and recent self-serving perceptions about the Daily News in some dodgy quarters of the country’s main opposition party, we really don’t care much about who leads the MDC.
What is happening is frankly criminal.