Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga MONTHS before the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is scheduled to hold its second elective congress, there are moves within its ranks to purge individuals accused of destabilising the party. In a hard-hitting statement issued recently, the party said it was ready to take decisive action to weed out corrupt elements. “The standing committee noted that there were a few members of the leadership, within the national executive committee who have of late engaged in nefarious activities contrary to the party constitution and calculated to undermine the interests of the party, and resolved to refer these individuals to the national disciplinary committee in terms of the party constitution to be dealt with in accordance…