Africa-Press – Zimbabwe. The ruling ZANU PF has postponed intraparty primary elections for both House of National Assembly and Local Authorities to the 21st of January 2022. The party’s national commissar, Mike Bimha did not indicate why the elections were postponed. Pindula News presents Bimha’s statement.
Provinces are advised that primary elections for both House of National Assembly and Local Authorities have been postponed to take place on Friday 21st January 2021.
The Party has deployed Politburo, Central Committee, National Elections Commissioners and Secretariat from Party Headquarters to take overall charge of the conduct of both the House of National Assembly and Local Authority primaries. Provincial Leadership should take instruction and guidance from the Politburo Members deployed to their respective Provinces.
Party Headquarters will assign Central Committee members to serve as Presiding Officers in the National House of Assembly primary elections. Provinces are requested to provide Polling Officers in both Parliamentary and Council elections as well as Presiding Officers in the Local Authority primaries.