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

2 annexure 2 national statistical report version two

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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 .................................................................................... 75 3. Annexure 3 - Consolidated List of Thematic Committee Participants .............................................. 81 3 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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SECTION A – THE SELECT COMMITTEE 1. Introduction Mr. Speaker Sir, on the 12 th of April 2009, the Select Committee on the new Constitution for Zimbabwe was set up to spearhead the writing of a new Constitution for Zimbabwe. The setting up of this committee was in fulfilment of Article VI of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) signed by the three parties in Parliament on the 15 th of September 2008. The Committee was made up of the following Honourable members: 1. Hon. Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana (Co-chair) 2. Hon. Douglas Togarasei Mwonzora (Co-chair) 3. Hon. Edward Thsothso Mkhosi (Co-chair) 4. Hon. Monica Mutsvangwa (Deputy Co-chair) 5. Hon. Fungai Jessie Majome (Deputy Co-chair) 6. Hon. Believe Gaule (Deputy Co-chair) 7. Hon. Flora Buka 8. Hon. Chief Fortune Zephaniah. Charumbira 9. Hon. Amos Chibaya 10. Hon. Walter Kufakunesu Chidakwa 11. Hon. Gift Chimanikire 12. Hon. David Coltart 13. Hon. Edward Takaruza Chindori-Chininga 14. Hon. Dr. Jorum Macdonald Gumbo 15. Hon. Ian James Hamilton Kay 16. Hon. Martin Khumalo 17. Hon. Cephas Makuyana 18. Hon. Editor Erimanziah Matamisa 19. Hon. Tokhozile Mathuthtu 20. Hon. Tambudzani Budagi Mohadi 4 The Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) Report to Parliament, February 2013
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21. Hon. Dr. Olivia Nyembezi Muchena 22. Hon. Rorana Muchihwa 23. Hon. Brian Tshuma 24. Hon. Gladys Gombami-Dube 25. Hon. Jabulani B. Ndhlovu Mr. Speaker Sir, because of his busy schedule as Minister of Education, Sports and Culture, Hon. David Coltart was replaced by Hon. Edward Mkhosi as Co-chair of the Select Committee. In the course of this exercise, Hon. Edward Chindori-Chininga was recalled by his party and was replaced by Hon. Lazarus Dangwa Kambarami Dokora. Your Committee also wishes to report that we lost Hon. Jabulani. B. Ndhlovu in December 2010 following a tragic accident, and was replaced by Hon. Innocent Gonese. We also lost Hon. Gladys Gombami-Dube in December 2011 in a sudden death that shocked the Committee. May their souls rest in eternal peace. Hon J. B. Ndhlovu was not replaced, and the Committee concluded the process with one member less. In order to effectively undertake its mandate, and cognisant of the many roles the Parliament staff was engaged in, the Select Committee established its own secretariat in December 2009, which was to fully concentrate on the task at hand as strict timelines had been set up in Article VI of the GPA. This was to give the Committee unfettered attention in order to comply with the deadlines provided. Regrettably, the process took longer than anticipated for reasons to be outlined later in 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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