THE newly-launched People’s Democratic Party (PDP) plans to take its policy documents — Holistic Programme for Economic Change (Hope) and Agenda for the Restoration and Rehabilitation of Electoral Sustainability (Arrest) — to the grassroots, as it is due to launch them in Bulawayo.
BY NQOBILE BHEBHE
The opposition PDP fronted by former Finance minister Tendai Biti and the entire party leadership will attend the launch on October 7.
PDP Bulawayo provincial spokesperson Fortune Mlalazi confirmed the launch dates on Monday.
“The People’s Democratic Party is set to officially launch its economic blueprint and its electoral reforms document code named Arrest in Bulawayo on October 7, 2015 at the Large City Hall,” he said.
“We will also take the opportunity to introduce the leadership as elected at our just-ended convention.
“At this stage, the provincial leadership, led by the women’s secretary-general, Roselyne Nkomo, is busy mobilising the structures.
“The party invites all progressive political movements, civic movement and churches to come and join us as we bring a document that is an alternative for the resuscitation of our country.”