THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has said it has not yet authoritatively perceived the dubious Citizens Convergent for Change (CCC) as an ideological group in Zimbabwe, NewsDay Weekender has learnt.
On Monday, a Bulawayo inhabitant with solid Zanu PF joins, Varaidzo Musungo, kept in touch with Zec guaranteeing responsibility for name CCC, which has been generally utilized by resistance Nelson Chamisa's MDC Alliance.
Zec representative Joyce Kazembe said it was difficult to recognize receipt of CCC as an ideological group since it didn't give sufficient subtleties after telling the commission of its reality.
"Zec doesn't enroll ideological groups, yet it basically gets heaps of new gatherings," she said.
"The commission got a warning from the CCC political gathering, yet since it was deficient, we didn't recognize its reality. There are no contact subtleties, for example, messages or telephone numbers, subsequently it was difficult to recognize receipt upon the notice of their reality."
There has been banter around the need to enroll ideological groups in Zimbabwe, for certain individuals pushing for conditions on party enlistment.
Previous Zec official Qhubani Moyo said the greatest test over years was that there were no guidelines that characterized the enlistment of ideological groups in Zimbabwe.
"There is no law to enroll ideological groups in Zimbabwe," he said.
"Ideological groups are not enrolled. Everything you do is to simply keep in touch with Zec and say, we are a gathering of names An or B, which is the reason certain individuals have been supporting for enlistment of ideological groups so an ideological group can be characterized as far as what comprises the ideological group, natural arrangement thus numerous things."
Moyo said the nation should duplicate what different nations do when another party registers to challenge decisions to keep away from disarray.
"I'm informed that there is likewise one more party that has kept in touch with Zec under the name Zimbabwe Alliance for Movement Unit, and I think this is the Chamisa detachment attempting additionally to make disarray on the name of Zanu PF," he said.
"In different nations, for you to meet all requirements to be an ideological group that is effectively enlisted, you should have a specific number of enrolled individuals from every territory. In any case, with respect to Zimbabwe, there is no definition on what comprises an ideological group since there is no enlistment for ideological groups.
"You can simply choose today that you are presently an ideological group and still challenge for political decision. This is the reason we have such a lot of disarray in Zimbabwe."
In the approach the 2018 surveys, Zec recognized presence of 123 ideological groups in the country.
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