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(2)This Act shall be construed in such manner as best ensures the attainment of itspurpose referred to in subsection (1).(3)The Prosecutor-General has the responsibility and power to make and receiverequests for assistance in any criminal matter in accordance with this Act, and in so doingshall ensure the timeous, expeditious and proper processing of the same, for whichpurpose the Prosecutor-General may avail himself or herself of the services of theInternational Criminal Police Organization (commonly called “Interpol”).”.3.In section 6 (“Refusal of assistance”) by the deletion in subsection (1), (2) and (6) of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of” Prosecutor-General”.4.In section 7 (“Assistance may be conditional”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” andsubstitution of “Prosecutor-General”.5.In section 8 (“Requests by Zimbabwe”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and substitution of“Prosecutor-General”.6.In section 9 (“Request for assistance by foreign country”) (1) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and substitution of “Prosecutor-General”.7.In section 10 (“Requests by Zimbabwe”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and thesubstitution of “Prosecutor-General”.8.In section 11 (“Request for evidence, etc., by foreign country”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General” wherever it appears.9.In section 12 (“Requests by Zimbabwe for search and seizure”) (2) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General”.10.In section 13 (“Requests by foreign countries for search and seizure”) by the deletion of“Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General” wherever it appears.11.In section 14 (“Request for removal of certain persons to Zimbabwe”) by the deletion of“Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General” wherever it appears.12.In section 15 (“Arrangements between Attorney-General and the Minister in relation to custodyof certain persons”)—(a)by the deletion of the heading thereto and the substitution of “Arrangements between Prosecutor-General and the Minister in relation to custody of certain persons”;(b)by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General” wherever itappears.13.In section 16 (“Custody of certain persons”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and thesubstitution of “Prosecutor-General”.14.In section 17 (“Immunities”) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of“Prosecutor-General” wherever it appears.15.In section 18 (“Status of person prosecuted for offence committed after departure from foreigncountry”) (2) by the deletion of “Attorney-General” and the substitution of “Prosecutor-General”.
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