The so called constitutional experts vana Welsh are just like ZANU-PF. Instead of concentrating on building strong institutions they are obsessed with individuals. Nations with strong institutions are less reliant on the individual ruling but rather on a system which endures. Nations with strong institutions know that when anyone gets into power, there will be opportunities to remove him if he fails. Thats why people like vana Welsh try and smuggle in constitutional ammendments stopping non-graduates from becoming President. Because they focus on the individual not the system. And just like the Rhodesia Front, the fascist Rhodesia Front, they have disdain for the ordinary voter and his capacity to elect a leader
What do I mean by strong national institutions. I mean a system of government that is not dependent on one individual and where the fortunes of a nation are not subject to a leaders whims. Where a leaders weaknesses do not become a nations weaknesses and where his strengths complement the strengths of others. Where the character of the nation is not moulded only by the leaders personality but by the collective national character. When this happens the election or non election of one leader over the other becomes a matter of policy detail, not a do or die situation
"heh if he wins we will not salute him" - thats a sign of weak institutions
"heh, we must only have educated leaders (read graduates)" - a sign of focus on the wrong thing.
that's exactly why ppl should go to school and be proud of it...kana vakadzidza hautengesi heritage yako ba...