4. What we stand for?

 

VISION

A stable, peaceful, united, progressive and developed Zimbabwe, where the rights and freedoms of all citizens are respected and protected.

A party of constant renewal, inclusion, tolerance, transparency and accountability.

 VALUES

Guided by respect for human rights, freedoms and the rule of law, we uphold the following values:

  • Servant Leadership
  • Honesty and Integrity
  • Ethics, Equity and Fairness
  • Competence, Entrepreneurship and Meritocracy
  • Democracy, Diversity and Tolerance
  • Patriotism, National Participation and Representation

MISSION

To mobilise the nation to share and realize our vision.

To position M.K.D to become the party of choice that will appeal to all Zimbabweans.

PHILOSOPHY

To create an open accessible, accountable, responsible and responsive governance system that:

  • provides genuine empowerment;
  • is caring and compassionate; and,
  • Provides equity and fairness for all Zimbabweans, regardless of region, ethnicity, religion, gender, race, class, disability and age.

PRINCIPLES

We are committed to the promotion, extension and defense of the following principles:

  • A democratic non-racial Zimbabwe, promoting the welfare of all citizens;
  • The supremacy of and respect for the constitution and laws of Zimbabwe;
  • The separation of legislative, executive and judicial powers, while engendering; effective co-operation between them.
  • Clear division between the office bearers, functions, institutions and resources of political parties and those of the state.
  • Representative, responsive and accountable government chosen through regular, peaceful, free and fair elections.
  • Guarantee of the rights of all citizens of Zimbabwe resident outside the country to participate in national affairs, including elections.
  • Decentralization of government authority and responsibility to as close as possible to the people it is expected to serve
  • Respect of all legitimate rights, including religious and cultural rights, of individuals, associations and communities.
  • The right to work, the dignity of work and work ethics.
  • The right of all people to property and assets in a regulated market economy with protection for vulnerable groups.
  • Improvement in the quality of life of all Zimbabweans through increased access to housing, health, education and the protection of all people from crime and violence.
  • Balanced national development, with attention to regional and rural development.
  • Protection and enhancement of the quality of the physical environment and natural resource base.