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Commissions Watch - National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Press Statement of 15 January 2019 on Deteriorating Economic & Political Situation in Zimbabwe

NATIONAL PEACE AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION

PRESS STATEMENT

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission is concerned by the deteriorating political and economic situation in the country.

The NPRC is therefore initiating a multi-stakeholder consultative dialogue process.

COMMISSIONS WATCH 27th November 2018 Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August

COMMISSIONS WATCH
27th November 2018
Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August 
Veritas notes that when giving evidence before the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August, our Attorney-General, Prince Machaya, was absolutely clear on the correct legal position of  who can deploy the army onto the streets.  He is reported as having said:

Commissions Watch - 8th November 2018 Commission of Inquiry: Mutare Public Hearings: 10 November

COMMISSIONS WATCH

8th November 2018

Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August

Mutare Public Hearings on Saturday 10th November

 

In an  advertisement in newspapers yesterday and today, the Secretary to the Commission of Inquiry, has published the following  invitation:

Commissions Watch 5-2017

COMMISSIONS WATCH 5/2017

ZIMBABWE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

[17th November 2017]

 

 

PRESS STATEMENT BY THE ZIMBABWE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (ZHRC) ON THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN ZIMBABWE, 16 NOVEMBER 2017

 

Commissions Watch 4-2016

COMMISSIONS WATCH 4/2016

[5th May 2016]

Public Interviews to Fill ZEC Vacancies: Monday 9th May

Candidates, Venue and Interview Times

This bulletin follows up Commissions Watch 3/2016 with further information about the public interviews to be conducted by Parliament’s Committee on Standing Rules and Orders [CSRO] on Monday 9th May, starting at 9.00 am sharp.    

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