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Out-numbered Zanu PF block elections Bill

By Daniel Chigundu

Zanu PF legislators forced the adjournment of the House sitting in a bid to block debate on the Electoral Amendment Bill as they feared being out-numbered by the opposition. 337 more words

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Missing US$15 billion: Parly summons Mohadi

By Daniel Chigundu

Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee has summoned Vice President Kembo Mohadi to appear before it on the 9th of April to give evidence on the alleged missing US$15 billion diamond revenue. 372 more words

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MDC-T fires Khupe,Bhebhe and Gutu

Friday, 23 March 2018

National Council fires VP Khupe and two senior leaders

The MDC-T National Council, the Supreme-decision-making body in between Congresses met today deliberated on key issues affecting the party. 491 more words

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Introduce educational qualifications for MPs

By Wisdom Mumera

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has called for the setting up of minimum educational qualification for prospective Members of Parliament, adding that the current Parliament is lacking in capacity because of unschooled legislators. 418 more words

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How Often Did Your MP Attend Parliament in 2017 - 2018? Do You Care?

Last week Thursday (February 15, 2018) saw the Ceremonial Opening of Parliament for the new Parliamentary year, with all the attendant pageantry. 

This included the usual walk on Duke Street by Government and Opposition Members of Parliament, as they entered Gordon House for the first time for the 2018 – 2019 Parliamentary year. 391 more words

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petchary reblogged this on Petchary's Blog and commented:

Yes, I do care - and my Member of Parliament has a reasonable record. I note that the highest number of absences are among Opposition members. Also, why are so many absences without apology? I think perhaps MPs should remember who put them in the House, and make more effort. Messrs Kellier, Campbell and Buchanan... Please try to do better this year! For the sake of your constituents. Thanks so much for this, Susan Goffe!

How Often Did Your MP Attend Parliament in 2017 - 2018? Do You Care?

Last week Thursday (February 15, 2018) saw the Ceremonial Opening of Parliament for the new Parliamentary year, with all the attendant pageantry. 

This included the usual walk on Duke Street by Government and Opposition Members of Parliament, as they entered Gordon House for the first time for the 2018 – 2019 Parliamentary year. 391 more words

Jamaica

Philip Ruddock on $1440 a day to inquire into freedom of religion

Philip Ruddock, Chair of the Federal Government’s Panel on Religious Freedom, is being paid $1440 a day for the role, according to documents tabled this week on behalf of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC). 854 more words

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