Zimbabwe's Senate to vote on constitution amendment bill next week
By 27 July 2017
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Zimbabwe's Senate is next Tuesday expected to vote on Constitution Amendment (Number One) Bill after the proposed law went through committee stage in the Upper House yesterday. The Bill sailed through the National Assembly on Tuesday. The Bill seeks to confer the President the powers to appoint the Chief Justice, his deputy and High Court Judge president after consultation with the Judicial Service Commission. Senators from the MDC-T walked out after the second reading after noting that they could do little to stop passage of the Bill.
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