Bill Watch

 BILL WATCH 54/2012

[15th December 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament have Adjourned until Tuesday 5th February

Bills Passed during 2012

Bills passed this year during the last [Fourth] Session

Older Persons Bill

Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Bill

Electoral Amendment Bill  

BILL WATCH 53/2012

[4th December 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament have Adjourned until Tuesday 5th February

2013 Budget Goes through Parliament in Three Days

BILL WATCH 52/2012

[24th November 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament will Resume on Tuesday 27th November

BILL WATCH 51/2012

[13th November 2012]

 

Apology

BILL WATCH 50/2012

[8th November 2012]

The President Officially Opened the new Parliamentary Session on Tuesday 30th October

Both Houses then Adjourned until Thursday 15th November [Budget Day]

Opening of Fifth and Final Session of Seventh Parliament

BILL WATCH 49/2012

[22nd October 2012]

The Official Opening of the Next Parliamentary Session will be on Tuesday 30th October

Neither House is sitting this week

President to Open Fifth and Final Session of Seventh Parliament

BILL WATCH 48/2012

[18th October 2012]

Ministry of Finance Budget Consultative Process: Provincial Meetings

As part of the Ministry of Finance’s 2013 National Budget Consultative Process, the Ministry is holding consultative meetings in centres outside Harare from 17th to 26th October.  Veritas did not receive details in time to give notice of yesterday’s meeting held in Chinhoyi, but the rest of the programme is as follows:

BILL WATCH 47/2012

[13th October 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament Met on Tuesday 9th October and Have Adjourned until 15th November

No Date Yet for Official Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

Correction of Error

BILL WATCH 46/2012

[9th October 2012]

Both Houses will meet today Tuesday 9th October

No Date Yet for Official Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

BILL WATCH 45/2012

[3rd October 2012]

Both Houses stand adjourned until Tuesday 9th October

No Date Yet for Ceremonial Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

BILL WATCH 44/2012

[25th September 2012]

Both Houses stand adjourned until Tuesday 9th October

No Date Yet for Ceremonial Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

 

BILL WATCH 43/2012

[14th September 2012]

Current Party Representation in Parliament

Impact if Vacancies are Filled

BILL WATCH 42/2012

[10th September 2012]

Both Houses have Adjourned until Tuesday 9th October

No Date Yet for Ceremonial Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

Delays in Government and Parliamentary Business

BILL WATCH 41/2012

[3rd September 2012]

Both Houses resume sitting Tuesday 4th September

No Date Yet for Ceremonial Opening of Next Parliamentary Session

Parliamentary Sittings to Resume on 4th September

BILL WATCH 40/2012

[27th August 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament have adjourned until Tuesday 4th September

No Date Yet for Ceremonial Opening of Next Session

There has still been no announcement of a date for the official ceremonial opening of the next Parliamentary session.  As only seven days remain before the end of the present Parliamentary recess on Tuesday 4th September, an announcement should be made soon. 

BILL WATCH 39/2012

[20th August 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament have adjourned until Tuesday 4th September

SADC Summit Resolutions on Zimbabwe

BILL WATCH 38/2012

[16th August 2012]

President Zuma's Last-Minute Visit Before the SADC Summit

SADC Facilitator President Zuma’s Visit

BILL WATCH 37/2012

[6th August 2012]

Parliament Recalled to Sit on Tuesday 7th August

BILL WATCH 36/2012

[30th July 2012]

Both Houses of Parliament have adjourned until Monday 3rd September

The date for the ceremonial opening of the next session is still to be fixed

4th Session of the 7th Parliament Ended

BILL WATCH 35/2012

[24th July 2012]

Updated Details of Vacant Parliamentary Constituencies

There has been considerable confusion recently about the number of Parliamentary vacancies due for by-elections, with discrepancies between figures mentioned by Minister Chinamasa in the Senate and picked up by the media, and those given in Veritas bulletins.  This bulletin will hopefully clear up the confusion. 

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