The interim MDC leadership is keen to hold talks with President Mnangagwa and Zanu-PF with a view to forming a new government of national unity (GNU).
Acting national chairman Morgen Komichi and secretary general Douglas Mwonzora said that another GNU would help to resolve many of the country’s myriad challenges.
Komichi and Mwonzora confirmed the party was keen on talks with Zanu-PF saying the talks will culminate in a mechanism that will alleviate the people’s suffering just as what happened in 2008.
Mwonzora said that MDC had already put in motion plans to hold talks with Zanu-PF.
Informal talks between Zanu-PF and the party had already begun.