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Published: August 18, 2010
Harare(ZimEye)-ZANU-PF COPAC co-chair Paul Mangwana at the official launch of COPAC website www.copac.org.zw on Tuesday blasted the local media for rubbishing COPAC activities and promised not to tolerate any negative questions from journalists.
“We have SADC saying that the inclusive government was progressing well basing their judgment on the progress of the constitution making process which were are leading, but back home the local media is rubbishing our efforts.
“Please I am sick and tired of answering questions about logistic during the constitution making process. You will consider me a
rude COPAC co-chairperson if you continue asking me such questions. Who does not know that the country has no money and
that we are depending on UNDP which has its own procedures. We have logistical problems and as COPAC we are determined to make the program succeed.
“So please change your focus and concentrate on constitution making rather than the logistics and this I plead with you, “he told
journalists who were part of the delegation witnessing the COPAC website launch.
Mangwana said the treasury has since intervened in the fuel issue.
“We received 100 000 litres of fuel from the treasury and some funds from UNDP which we have used to settle the outstanding amounts we owed the outreach teams, and we are glad to announce that everything is now flowing”, said Mangwana