People Are Acknowledging Government’s “Good Policies”: Zimbabwe President

President Emmerson Mnangagwa Looks Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

President Emmerson Mnangagwa, while addressing the politburo today, has said that an increasing number of people are acknowledging the apparent good policies by the Zimbabwean government.

Zimbabwe is currently implementing the National Development Strategy (NDS1) to achieve an Empowered and Prosperous Upper Middle-Income Society dream by 2030.

“An increasing number of people across the socio-economic and political divide are acknowledging the apparent good policies and interventions by our Party and Government,” he said.

“Many have begun to see that ZANU PF policies in the 2nd Republic are sustainable and in the interest of the long term good of all citizens. We are about action, economy, economy and not politicking to merely win votes.”

The Zimbabwean leader went on to say that the people realise that the government policies on reforms, the economy, social services, the environment, unity, peace, democracy, justice and rule of law are pillars for growth and success as Zimbabwe strives towards Vision 2030.

“We are demonstrating daily that our party is the party of the future and a people’s party, which is committed to achieving prosperity of our people and a better quality of life for all through a consistent culture of hard honest work, transparency, accountability and stronger national institutions,” he said.

“As a result, more people are joining the party on their own accord.”

“The party machinery must always be ready to welcome them (people) into the structures as well as to conscientise them about the party constitution, ethos, values and traditions,” he went on.

Although the President discusses positively of government policies, Western countries have not been convinced of Zimbabwe’s policies and have maintained sanctions on the African country.

Western countries say Zimbabwe’s current regime has to reform for better international relations and the removal of sanctions.

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