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VOTO petitions MDC GNU leaders to declare personal assets

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Now that Zanupf and MDC have agreed to work together in a Government of National Unity (GNU) ,it is now our turn as citizens of Zimbabwe to demand that ALL the MDC leaders in GNU tell us what personal assets they have.

Voices Of The Oppressed,an organisation run by protest singer Viomak is spearheading a campaign that is seeking to have all MDC GNU leaders declare their personal assets in a bid to hold Zimbabwean leaders accountable.Taking away from the magic words on prime minister Tsvangirai's website -"A NEW ERA OF DEMOCRATIC AND TRANSPARENT LEADERSHIP" Viomak said,

"What many Zimbabweans are looking forward to is a new beginning yes , and a new Zimbabwe and this can only be achieved if the leaders are accountable. Democracy will be achieved if leaders are made to understand that they were voted into power to serve the people and not to serve their personal interests. Our parents failed to hold Zanupf accountable and this gave birth to an extremely corrupt government. We will move forward and correct what our parents failed to do by asking our promising leaders the MDC to declare their personal assets so that we will not repeat the same mistake that happenned when Zanupf came into power.

Now our honourable Prime minister, Richard Morgan Tsvangirai ,and our honourable Deputy Prime minister Arthur, Guseni Mutambara as we welcome you to your posts ,we are demanding that you and all those in your government publicly declare all your personal assets . It is the citizens’ responsibility to demand that leaders declare their assets. Zimbabwe does not need another corrupt government. Your urgent co operation into this matter will be greatly appreciated A new beginning ,a new Zimbabwe.''

The petition will be handed over to the prime minister of Zimbabwe ,Richard Morgan Tsvangirai and the Deputy prime minister ,Arthur Mutambara as soon as we get as many signatures as possible.

The petition can be signed at http://www.petitiononline.com/voto2009/petition.html


Thank you for your support.


Sincerely,


Voices Of The Oppressed

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