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

Key preparatory activities on the referendum

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Key preparatory activities on the referendum supported/ National referendum 6. 1 Marketing of Draft Constitution, final printings, meetings 30 9,000 30 9,000 - 7 Project Management 7. 1 Project Management 1,65 0,000 - 1,65 0,000 7. 2 Ministry of Constitutional & Parliamentary Affairs- Capacity 20 0,000 20 0,000 52 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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Building Sub-total (9.1 to 9.2) 1,8 50,000 - 1,8 50,000 Sub-total (without GMS) 1,8 50,000 - 1,8 50,000 7. 3 F & A -General Management Service ( GMS) 1,3 24,660 - 1,3 24,660 Total Output-9- Project Management (inclusive GMS) 3,1 74,660 - 3,1 74,660 GRAND TOTAL 50,7 52,715 28,6 11,804 22,1 40,911 9. Conclusion It has been a long and difficult journey . From 2009 to 2013 the Select Committee has worked around the clock to ensure that Zimbabweans have a home grown Constitution. When critics were wondering why it was taking this long, little did they know that the exercise was progressive. It required patience, good leadership and tolerance of other people’s views. This process inevitably took time. By comparison with other countries’ experience, the Zimbabwean process has been relatively short. Cultivating that kind of culture requires time. Building a Constitution under the circumstances that prevailed at the time required dedication, commitment and vision to complete the process. We believe, when approved, this Constitution will be good for the people of Zimbabwe. SECTION D – ANNEXURES Annexures presented to Members Separately from the Report 1. Annexure 1 – National Statistical Report Version One ............................................................ 53 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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2. Annexure 2 - National Statistical Report Version Two ............................................................. 3. Annexure 3 – Drafting Instruments .......................................................................................... Annexures included in this Report 1. Annexure 1 - List of Outreach Teams by Province .............................................................. 55 2. Annexure 2 - List of Data Uploading Teams ........................................................................ 85 3. Annexure 3 - Consolidated List of Thematic Committee Participants ................................. 81 ANNEXURE 1 LIST OF OUTREACH TEAMS BY PROVINCE – JULY to DECEMBER 2010 BULAWAYO PROVINCE Team 1 No. NAME DESIGNATION No. NAME DESIGNATION 1 Eddie Cross Team Leader 1 Khumalo Martin Select Committee Member 2 Malinga Joshua Team Leader 2 Gaule Believe Select Committee Member 54 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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3 Dube Patrick Team Leader 3 Ndlovu Jabulani (late) Select Committee Member 4 Shari Eppel Team Member 4 Sibanda Sikholiwe Secretary 5 Ndlovu Dorothy Team Member 6 Mlilo Khumbulani Team Member 7 Mapungwana Victor Team Member 8 Zhou Ishmael Team Member 9 Nhata Bernard Team Member 10 Nyoni Victor Rapporteur 11 Phiri Alexander Rapporteur 12 Dr J C Muchenje Rapporteur 13 Dube Celani Technician HARARE PROVINCE Team 1 No. NAME DESIGNATION 1 Chikukwa Miriam Team Leader 2 Femai Morgan Team Leader 3 Ngwenya Rejoice Team Leader 4 Dangarembga Tsitsi Team Member 5 Masimirembwa Godwills Team Member 6 Katsande Philip Team Member 7 Hove Maxwell Team Member 8 Sigauke Joyce Team Member 9 Chirunga Donald Rapporteur 10 Sithole Fungisai Rapporteur 11 Midzi Alice Hilda Rapporteur 12 Towo Alfred Technician 13 Parirenyatwa Daniel Driver 14 Magadzike Z Driver 15 Nyangani Jealous Driver
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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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