Parliamentary Committee Reports

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE REPORT ON COMPLIANCE ISSUES FOR THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

This report was presented to the National Assembly by the chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee, Hon Tendai Biti, on Thursday 18th July 2019.

The full report can be downloaded below.

Selected extracts from the report are set

3.      SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Report of the Thematic Committee on Human Rights on Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission Annual Report for 2017

1.0 Introduction
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission is established in terms of section 242 of the
Constitution. Its functions include promoting awareness and respect for human rights and
freedoms at all levels of society; promoting the protection, development and attainment of
human rights and freedoms; monitoring, assessing and ensuring observance of human rights
and freedoms; and receiving and considering complaints from the public and taking action
with regard to the complaints it receives.

Adverse Report of Parliamentary Legal Committee on Statutory Instruments 253, 255 and 271 of 2018

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided in section 152(4) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (herein referred to as “the Committee) considered Statutory Instruments gazetted in November and December 2018.  After deliberations the Committee unanimously (4:0) resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of Statutory Instruments 253, 255 and 271 of 2018 due to the following reasons:

Adverse Report of the Parliamentary Legal Committee on Statutory Instruments 148 and 149 of 2018

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided in section 152(4) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (herein referred to as “the Committee) considered Statutory Instruments gazetted in August 2018.  After deliberations the Committee unanimously (4:0) resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of Statutory Instruments 148 and 149 of 2018 due to the following reasons:

Adverse Report of the Parliamentary Committee on the Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2018. Statutory Instrument 247 of 2018

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided in section 152(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (herein referred to as “the Committee) considered the Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture Scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2018.  After deliberations the Committee unanimously resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of the Statutory Instrument, due to the following reasons.

 

Adverse Report on the Parliamentary Legal Committee on the Agricultural Marketing Authority Regulations, 2017

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided In section 152(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (herein referred to as "the Committee) considered the Agricultural Marketing Authority (Command Agriculture Scheme for Domestic Crop, Livestock and Fisheries Production) Regulations, 2017.

Public Health Bill - Joint Report of Portfolio Committee on Health & Child Care and Thematic Committee on HIV-AIDS

Extract from uncorrected copy of National Assembly Debates for 16th May 2018

 

 

JOINT REPORT OF THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND CHILD CARE AND THE THEMATIC COMMITTEE ON HIV/AIDS ON THE EVIDENCE GATHERED DURING THE PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE PUBLIC HEALTH [BILL H. B. 7, 2017].

 

1.0     INTRODUCTION

Electoral Amendment Bill, 2017 - Report by Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

This report was presented in the National Assembly by Committee Chairperson Hon Fortune Chasi on Thursday 15th February 2018.

The report ends thus:

3.0 RECOMMENDATIONS

Having analysed the Bill, gathered the contributions from Zimbabweans across the country, and guided by Sections 119 and 155 of the Constitution, the Committee is pleased to make the following recommendations which must all be implemented by 31st March, 2018:

PLC Adverse Report on SI 110-2017 - PPTM Extension of State Liabilities Act to Assets of Chitungwiza Muicipality

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided in section 152(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (herein referred to as “the Committee) considered the Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) (Extension of State Liabilities Act to the Assets of Chitungwiza Municipality) Regulations, 2017.  After deliberations the Committee unanimously resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of the Statutory Instrument, due to the following reasons:

 

Shop Licences Amendment Bill - PLC Adverse Report

In pursuit of its constitutional mandate as provided in section 152(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, the Parliamentary Legal Committee met on the 22nd of August 2015 at 1115 hrs to consider the Shop Licences Bill [H.B. 10, 2016]. After deliberations the Committee resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of clause 7  of the Bill amending section 13 of  Shop Licences Act (CAP 14:17) and clause 8 of the Bill repealing section 14 of CAP 14:17.

PLC Adverse Report on SI 2017-74 - Police (Association) Regulations

In pursuit of its Constitutional mandate as provided for in Section 152 of the Constitution, the Parliamentary Legal Committee (hereinafter referred to as “the Committee”) met on the 18th of July 2017. On its agenda, was the analysis of Statutory Instrument 74 of 2017, Police (Association) Regulations, 2017, gazetted on the 9th of June 2017. After deliberations, the Committee unanimously resolved that an adverse report be issued in respect of the Statutory Instrument, due to the following considerations:—
 

1st Report of the Thematic Committee on Indigenisation & Empowerment on the Circumstances Surrounding the Nonestablishment of the Community Share Ownership Trusts in Mudzi & Mutoko

ORDERED IN TERMS OF STANDING ORDER No. 16:
( 1) At the commencement of every session, there shall be Committees designated according to such government policy areas as the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders may deem fit.
(2) Each thematic committee must be known by the theme determined for it by the Committee on
Standing Rules and Orders.
TERMS OF REFERENCE

Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal & Parliamentary Affairs Report on the Constitution Amendment No.1 Bill

In the National Assembly 6th June 2017

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill

Report by the Portfolio Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs

INTRODUCTION

On 3rd January, 2017 under the General Notice 1/2017, Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No.1) Bill [H.B 1, 2017] was published in terms of Section 328 (3) of the Constitution.

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