THE tension and bickering over election results is bad for recovery prospects for a country that must scale up foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows following years of relentless crises. We caution once again that this frail economy did not deserve the fresh wounds that were ripped open by the dramatic military crackdown that can potentially keep investors away. So as we mourn the victims of last week’s bloody finale, we urge the private sector and government not to be distracted by the standoff over the poll results. We must start working out plans to propel this economy forward. The implications of the lockdown between President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa may be dire. It holds the key…