He said through Polad, they were now able to influence policy direction and change.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa did not attend the Friday meeting.
The People’s Rainbow Coalition leader, Lucia Matibenga, also said they had managed to define Polad’s institutional framework, purpose and plan covering the next two years.
“Polad, as you know, was a new idea, a new concept. (So) we have managed to define our institutional framework and our agenda and put across a strategic plan for up to year 2022,” Matibenga said.
She said since the economy is continuing to deteriorate, Polad intends to advise the government on what was the best way forward to create a better life for the people.
“I share the view that the economic situation is continuing to decline, but I cannot speak on behalf of those who are governing. What I can certainly tell you is that one of the committees of Polad which is meeting deals with the economy,” she said.
“Under Polad we intend to be able to advise the government on what we think will be the best way forward to create a better life for the people of Zimbabwe.”
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