Constitution Watch

CONSTITUTION WATCH 11/2014

[7th November 2014]

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission & Zimbabwe Media Commission
Parliament Re-opens Call for Public Nominations of Candidates

In advertisements in this week’s newspapers and on its website Parliament has re-opened its earlier calls for members of the public to nominate persons to serve as members of:

CONSTITUTION WATCH 10/2014

[14th October 2014]

Are the Draft Local Government Bills Constitutional?
Part II
Provincial and Metropolitan Councils Administration Bill

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 9/2014

[10th September 2014]

Are the Draft Local Government Bills Constitutional?

Part I – The Local Authorities Bill

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 8/2014

[26th August 2014]

The Zimbabwe Gender Commission Bill

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 7/2014

[28th July 2014]

Update on Constitutional Appointments: Anti-Corruption Commission
& Other Constitutional Commissions and Supreme Court

Parliament Invites Nominations of Candidates for Appointment to
Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission

CONSTITUTION WATCH 6/2014

[11th July 2014]

Why Zimbabwe Should Accede to the Convention Against Torture

Introduction

The 26th June was the International Day in Support of Torture Victims.  It is an appropriate time therefore to ask why Zimbabwe has not yet acceded to the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment [CAT].

CONSTITUTION WATCH

[30th June 2014]

Implementing the New Constitution: What Has Been Done So Far?

 

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH

[30th June 2014]

Implementing the New Constitution: What Has Been Done So Far?

 

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 3/2014

[28th April 2014]

Unpacking and Giving Effect to the Constitution

Parliament Invites Public to Nominate Candidates for Appointment as

Commissioners of Independent Constitutional Commissions

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 2/2014

[28th February 2014]

Unpacking and Giving Effect to the Constitution

Are Demolitions of Illegal Structures Constitutional?

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 1/2014

[25th January 2014]

Giving Effect to the Constitution Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) Act – No Longer Constitutional

 

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 41/2013

[25th November 2013]

Giving Effect to the Constitution

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission – Part II

Is the Commission a Truth and Reconciliation Commission?

CONSTITUTION WATCH 40/2013

[25th November 2013]

Giving Effect to the Constitution

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission – Part I

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 39/2013

[30th October 2013]

 Veritas’ Zimbabwe Constitution App

Update of the Zimbabwe Constitution Mobile Phone/Tablet App

 

For those of you who had downloaded the Veritas Zimbabwe Constitution Mobile Phone/Tablet App when it was made available in March this year in time for the Referendum, this is to inform you that:

CONSTITUTION WATCH 38/2013

[28th October 2013]

Giving Effect to the Constitution: The Death Penalty

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 37/2013

[4th October 2013]

Giving Effect to the New Constitution: Local Government:  Ministers, Mayors and Money

1.  Appointment of Ministers of State for Provincial Affairs

CONSTITUTION WATCH 36/2013

[23rd September 2013]

Giving Effect to the New Constitution: Criminal Proceedings

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 35/2013

[28th August 2013]

Giving Effect to the New Constitution Continued

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 34/2013

[23rd August 2013]

Giving Immediate Effect to the New Constitution - Part II

 

Introduction

CONSTITUTION WATCH 33/2013

[20th August 2013]

Giving Immediate Effect to the New Constitution - Part I

Introduction

There are changes that must be made to our statute law immediately to give effect to the new Constitution.  These changes, which should have been made before the end of the last Parliament on 28th June, are:

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