COPAC's Final Narrative Report to Parliament - Feb 2013.doc

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Team members faced accommodation problems as they were regularly booked out of Hotels due to non-payment of bills. Team members also travelled long distances to the 36 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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meeting venues as some of them were based in Harare. Two motor vehicles were involved in accidents but fortunately, there were no serious injuries. The meetings in the province were supervised by Hon. Gift Chimanikire and Hon. Edward Chindori-Chininga and were assisted by the Provincial Coordinator Mr J.T. Jaji and eight District Coordinators from the eight Districts in the province. The outcomes of the meetings are clearly indicated in the National and Provincial Statistical reports as annexures to this report. 2.8.5. Mashonaland East A total of 567 meetings were held in the nine districts of the province. Generally, the outreach meetings were conducted in a peaceful environment, with 181,756 people attending the meetings. There were however allegations that some people were being intimidated on their way to meetings, and this resulted in fewer people making contributions in some of the meetings. There were minimal accommodation and logistical challenges in the Province and as a result the process went on smoothly. The only major challenge was the late availability of fuel in some instances, resulting in some meetings being held late. The process was overseen by Hon. Olivia Muchena and Hon. Ian Kay and was assisted by the Provincial Coordinator Mr. Ndarukwa and the nine District Coordinators in the nine districts of the Province. The outcomes of the meetings in the province are clearly indicated in the National and Provincial Statistical reports as annexures to this report. 2.8.6. Mashonaland West A total of 509 meetings were held in the Province, with 121, 647 people attending meetings. There were problems in the first few meetings as some political players were threatening would be participants to the meetings. However, the Select Committee members supervising the province quickly addressed the issues and subsequent meetings were held in a peaceful manner throughout the Province. The outreach team members faced a lot of challenges ranging from being locked out of Hotels and Lodges to delays in the availability of fuel as well as inadequate resources for meals. The state of roads in some of the Districts caused problems in covering all relevant areas. There were two cases of accidents during outreach in the province but there were no serious injuries. 37 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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Outreach in the Province was overseen by Hon. Walter Chidakwa and Hon. Editor Matamisa and were assisted by Mr. Christopher Shumba, the Provincial Coordinator together with six District Coordinators from the six Districts in the province. The outcomes of the meetings in the province are clearly indicated in the National and Provincial Statistical reports as annexures to this report.
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  • Fall '17
  • Jane Moore
  • ........., Parliament of the United Kingdom, The Honourable, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, The Right Honourable, Constitution Select Committee

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