"He does not need the legitimacy of a losing presidential candidate, Chamisa is just one of the 22 candidates lost in the elections, desperate for some kind of government regulation from the National Unit (GNU), but the President is believes that this is currently not necessary President Mnangagwa is busy with the country, he respects the opposition, but honestly he has no time to lose, & Mutodi said.
Mutodi said that Chamisa should use the legislative representation of his party to come to reforms.
The Donald Trump-led United States government set up Zidera in 2003 to force President Robert Mugabe to reform and respect human rights.
A few months ago, the law was amended to add signposts that the Mnangagwa administration must meet before the sanctions are lifted.
Sibusiso Moyo, Foreign Minister, said last week that the amendment was a step in the right direction and Zimbabwe will continue to involve the US to have the restrictive measures removed.
Chamisa called for help at home and abroad to bring the political protagonists to the negotiating table.
"I call on the international community and the Church to contribute to the solution of the political crisis, and I am not saying that Mnangagwa should immediately hand over power to me, but I say that he is not a party with 112 representatives in the legislative power. can ignore, 81% of all urban local authorities control, the result of the presidential election and the two-thirds majority demanded by Zanu PF, "said the opposition leader, arguing that talking about a GNU was premature.
"There must be a discussion about the fundamental issues that affect Zimbabwe: the idea of a government of national unity must be the result of a dialogue, and every discussion on this will be about placing the cart for the horse."
The economic and social problems of Zimbabwe seem to have deepened after the controversial elections that have been aggravated by a devastating cholera outbreak.