April 2018

Bill Watch 9 - 2018 Electoral Amendment Bill Delayed Until 8 May

BILL WATCH 9/2018

[15th April 2018]

Electoral Amendment Bill Delayed Until 8th May

The Government arranged special sittings of Parliament last week to have “urgent Government business” completed, particularly the Electoral Amendment Bill [MPs were originally due to be in recess for the whole of April].  But the National Assembly made no progress at all on the Electoral Amendment Bill.

Electoral Amendment Bill - Revised Notices of Proposed Amendments

This document has been extracted from the National Assembly’s Order Paper
for Wednesday 11th April 2018

 

 

NOTICES OF AMENDMENTS

 

ELECTORAL AMENDMENT BILL, 2017 (H.B. 6, 2017)

 

 

  1.                                     NEW CLAUSES INSERTED AFTER CLAUSE 1

 

By Hon. P. Misihairabwi-Mushonga

After clause 1 on page 1 of the Bill, insert the following clauses and the subsequent clauses being renumbered accordingly¾

 

Bill Watch Parliamentary Committees Series 13-2018 Final Public Hearing on Companies etc. Bill & Open Committee Meetings Monday 9th April

BILL WATCH

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES SERIES 13/2018

[8th April 2018]

Final Public Hearing on Companies etc. Bill plus
Open Committee Meetings Monday 9th April

Final Public Hearing on Companies and Other Business Entities Bill

Bill Watch Committees Series 12 - 2018 of 4th April [Public Hearings on Hormonal Contraceptives & Government Hospital Users Fees: 4th to 9th April]

BILL WATCH

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES SERIES 12/2018

[4th April 2017]

Public Hearings from Monday 9th to Friday 13th April

(1) Health Effects of Hormonal Contraceptives to the Women of Zimbabwe

(2) Government Adherence to the Users Fees Policy In Hospitals

 

 

Electoral Amendment Bill, 2017 - Proposed Committee Stage Amendments for 10th April 2018

PROPOSED COMMITTEE STAGE AMENDMENTS
TO
ELECTORAL AMENDMENT BILL

The National Assembly is due to start the Committee Stage of this Bill on Tuesday afternoon, 10th April 2018.

This document contains proposed amendments to the Bill to be moved by Hon Ziyambi Ziyambi, Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, and by Hon Innocent Gonese, MDC-T Chief Whip, during the Committee Stage.