THE harmonised elections have come and gone. A new Cabinet will soon be in place, and Members of Parliament and councillors sworn-in.
The time for sloganeering is over and economically weary Zimbabweans expect quick delivery on the promises that were made during campaigning.
The crisis of expectations across the populace is very high, and the new government certainly has its work cut out.
The Ninth Parliament has a central role to play in delivering economic turnaround and socio-economic upliftment of Zimbabweans.
So what are the priorities for the new Parliament?
I will answer this question by highlighting the successes of the previous (Eighth) Parliament and the challenges that it confronted during its five-year tenure.
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