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CONSTITUTION WATCH 06/2020 - Constitution Amendment (No. 2) Bill - An Overview

CONSTITUTION WATCH 6/2020

[18th March 2020]

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill : An Overview

In previous Constitution Watches [see below for links to these bulletins] we analysed specific provisions of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill, which ‒ coronavirus permitting ‒ is likely to be presented in Parliament soon after the 17th April.

Constitution Watch 5/2020 - Amending the Constitution [PART 5]

CONSTITUTION WATCH 5/2020

[22nd February 2020]

Amending the Constitution [PART 5]

Introduction

In this Constitution Watch we continue our analysis of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill, examining the provisions for non-constituency members [i.e. those elected by proportional representation from party-list] of the National Assembly and the alterations the Bill will make to provincial and metropolitan councils.

CONSTITUTION WATCH 1 - 2019 Lethal Force and the Use of the Military to Maintain Order

CONSTITUTION WATCH 1/2019

Lethal Force and the Use of the Military to Maintain Order

Once again soldiers have assisted the Police in maintaining law and order in our cities.  Once again – tragically – people have been shot and killed, though it is not clear if soldiers or police officers fired the shots.

CONSTITUTION WATCH 1 - 2018 Need to Implement Constitution section 210

CONSTITUTION WATCH 1/2018

[18th September 2018]

Now elections are over Veritas is resuming its series of bulletins on implementation of the Constitution

Implementation of Section 210 of the Constitution

Section 210 of the Constitution has still not been implemented over five years after the main parts of the Constitution came into force on  22nd August 2013.

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