Little-known petitions from the DIM ED political party for dialogue
By correspondent – Chairman of the little-known Diplomatic Intelligence Movement (DIM) political party, Ashley Zhou, has petitioned President Emmerson Mnangagwa for a dialogue on youth participation in Zimbabwean politics.
He also wants to discuss British and American compensation in Zimbabwe.
He said his party was formed to push for the amendment of the constitution to introduce a prime minister’s office which would be known as the combined head of government for general operations of defence, police, prison services and the Prime Minister.
In his letter to President Zhou said that young people should understand that people died for the liberation of this country, so it is a prerogative to protect, defend the independence and territorial integrity of this country.
“Mr. President, I am inspired by your famous words ‘Nyika inovakwa nevene vayo’, besides that, during our meeting, other ways will be discussed to make young people more patriotic towards their country,” Zhou said. .
Zhou said the 1924, 1961, 1965 and 1969 constitutions were the most discriminatory laws of foreign countries because they used to mistreat Zimbabweans and Britain had an obligation to compensate Zimbabwe.
He said that these laws, including the Land Allocation Act of 1930, the Native Agriculture Act of 1951 and the Order (Maintenance) Act of 1960, were bad for native citizens.
ED has not yet responded to his petition.