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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 17_DECEMBER_2008_NO._10

ADVANCE COPY- UNCORRECTED

No. 10

 

PARLIAMENT

OF ZIMBABWE

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VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

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FIRST SESSION – SEVENTH PARLIAMENT

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WEDNESDAY 17TH DECEMBER 2008

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Quarter past two o’clock p.m The Speaker in the Chair

 

PRAYERS

 

Members Present

 

 

Bhasikiti K,

Bhebhe A,

Bimha M.C

Biti L.T

Chaderopa F Chambati T.S

Chamisa N

Chebundo B

Chibaya                   A

Chidhakwa W.K

Chikava B,

Chikwinya S,

Chimanikire G,

Chimbetete W.M

Chimhini D.A,

Chinomona M.M

Chinyadza W

Chirongwe R,

Chirume O

Chitando J

Chitima A,

Chivamba K,

Chombo I.M.C

Cross E.G

Denga P

Dongo G.Z

Dube C.R.E

Dube M

Dube P

Dumbu F

Dzingirai I

Dzirutwe G

Garadhi S

Gonese I.T

Goto R

Gumbo J.M

Haritatos P

Hove S.R

Huruba T

Jembere E

Jiri M

Kagurabadza M.T

Matibenga L.G

Matienga                 M

Matimba T

Matinenga E.T

Matutu T

Mhandu C

Mhlanga A

Mkhosi E.T.M

Mlambo M.M

Mlilo O.S

Mnangagwa E.D

Kapesa R

Karenyi L

Katsande A

Kay J.I.H

Khumalo M,

Khumalo N.M,

Khumalo S.S,

Khupe T

Kumalo M

Mabhena

Machacha

Madamombe

Madubeko

Madzimure W

Mahlangu T

Mahoka S

Majome F.J

Makone T.M

Makuyana

Mandebvu N.T

Mangami

Mangena J

Mangoma E.S

Mangwana M.P

Maposhere

Maramba P.H

G

C

S

J

M

D

D

Mnkandla T

Mohadi K.C.D

Moyo R

Moyo S

Mpariwa P

Mpofu N

Mpukuta

Muchauraya P

Mudarikwa S

Mudau M

Mudavanhu E

Mudenge I.S,

Mudiwa S

Mudzuri E

Mudzuri H

Mukanduri S.T

L
Mukonoweshuro E

Mushonga S.L

Musumbu E

Musundire            A.L

Musvaire W

Mutomba W

Mutsekwa G.T

Mutseyami C.P

Muza I

Mwonzora D.T

Maramwidze E H

Mare M

Marima E

Masaiti E

Matamisa             E.E

Matibe T.P

Mzembi W

Navava E

Ncube S

Ndebele G

Ndlhovu A

Ndlovu M. M

Nemadziva N

Nezi W

Ngwenya B

Nhema              C.D.F

Nkomo S.S

Nyakudanga O

Nyamande                J

Nyamudeza              S

Nyamupinga B.B

Nyaude B

Rutsvara R

Sai S

Sansole T.W

Saruwaka T.J.L

Shirichena E

Shoko H

Shoko M

Sibanda F.M

Sibanda P.N

Sindi C

Sithole A

Sululu A

Tachiona                 M

Tazviona R

Varandeni J

Zhuwao P

Zwizwai                 M.

 

 

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Printed by Order of the House

 

Absent with leave

Baloyi A Kachepa N.

Mafios D

Masukume N.P.S Munjeyi G. Ndava R Zhanda T.P.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned
16th December 2008 – Hon Gonese)

 

[Time elapsed: 11 hours 59 minutes]      Question again proposed

 

That a respectful address be presented to the President of Zimbabwe as follows:-

 

May it please you, your Excellency the President:

 

We, the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament - Hon Mazikana.

 

On the motion of Hon Gonese seconded by Hon Madzimure: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. Hon Gonese, seconded by Hon Madzimure moved: That Order of the Day No. 2, for today, stands over until Order of the Day No. 4 has been disposed of.

 

Motion put and agreed to.

 

  1. Biti, seconded by Hon. Matamisa moved: That this House

 

CONCERNED WITH the structural dislocation of Zimbabwe’s economy, macroeconomic dysfunctionality and the pervasive levels of failure by the state.

 

DISTURBED BY the high levels of poverty, unemployment and suffering of the people of Zimbabwe.

 

CONCERNED BY the collapse of the public education, public health and public transport infrastructure in the country.

 

FURTHER CONCERNED BY the deeply seated humanitarian crisis, the absence of the rule of law, the food crisis and the extent of deprivation and want by our people.

 

ALARMED BY the high levels of corruption, looting, avarice, asset stripping, patronage and clientelism prevalent in the country.

 

CONCERNED BY THE militarization and politicization in the distribution of food.

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by the deliberate indifference to the crisis by those in control.

 

NOW THEREFORE, THIS HOUSE RESOLVES;

 

  1. To express its strong concern to the responsible authorities and urge all concerned to direct their energies towards the rebuilding of Zimbabwe.

 

  1. To call for the crafting of policies to address these challenges being faced by Zimbabweans.

 

On the motion of the Minister of the Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities: Debate adjourned until tomorrow.

 

  1. On the motion of the Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities: The House adjourned at half past five o’clock.

 

  1. N. MOYO

Speaker.

 

 

THURSDAY, 19TH DECEMBER 2008 

 

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned
17th December 2008 – Hon Gonese)

 

[Time elapsed: 11 hours 59 minutes]

Question proposed

 

That a respectful address be presented to the President of Zimbabwe as follows:-

 

May it please you, your Excellency the President:

 

We, the Members of Parliament of Zimbabwe, desire to express our loyalty to Zimbabwe and beg leave to offer our respectful thanks for the speech, which you have been pleased to address to Parliament - Hon Mazikana.

 

  1. Adjourned debate on motion on the structural dislocation of Zimbabwe’s economy (Adjourned 17th December 2008- The Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities)

 

[Day Elapsed: 1]

Question proposed: That this House-

 

CONCERNED WITH the structural dislocation of Zimbabwe’s economy, macroeconomic dysfunctionality and the pervasive levels of failure by the state.

 

DISTURBED BY the high levels of poverty, unemployment and suffering of the people of Zimbabwe.

 

CONCERNED BY the collapse of the public education, public health and public transport infrastructure in the country.

 

FURTHER CONCERNED BY the deeply seated humanitarian crisis, the absence of the rule of law, the food crisis and the extent of deprivation and want by our people.

 

ALARMED BY the high levels of corruption, looting, avarice, asset stripping, patronage and clientelism prevalent in the country.

 

CONCERNED BY THE militarization and politicization in the distribution of food.

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by the deliberate indifference to the crisis by those in control.

 

NOW THEREFORE, THIS HOUSE RESOLVES;

 

  1. To express its strong concern to the responsible authorities and urge all concerned to direct their energies towards the rebuilding of Zimbabwe.

 

  • To call for the crafting of policies to address these challenges being faced by Zimbabweans- Hon Biti.

 

3.         HON. GONESE              HON. MAJOME

 

COMMENDING the people of Zimbabwe on a fairly decent election on 29 March 2008.

 

CONCERNED by the reports of alleged murder, torture, rape, arson and looting that took place after the harmonized elections of 29 March 2008.

 

FURTHER CONCERNED by levels of lawlessness, abuse of the rule of law and abuse of state institutions in this violence.

 

NOW THEREFORE, THIS HOUSE RESOLVES THAT:

A select Committee of Parliament be appointed to investigate the violence that took place after the March 28 and report its findings to Parliament.

 

4.         HON S.S. NKOMO        HON MUTSEKWA

 

AWARE of ZANU PF’s history of plotting, conspiracy and counter conspiracy;

 

 

DISTURBED by the attempt to create a fictitious construct against the MDC on and around the issues of banditry;

 

CONCERNED  with the unwarranted and unjustified attacks on a sovereign independent state of Botswana by ZANU PF;

 

AWARE of attempts to create conditions justifying a crackdown on the people of Zimbabwe and indeed declaring a state of emergency;

 

NOW, THEREFORE: This House

 

CONDEMNS the attempt to create an artificial atmosphere of conflict, attrition and intolerance amongst the peace loving people of Zimbabwe;

 

            CONDEMNS the unwarranted and unjustified attack on the sovereign state of Botswana.

 

  1. COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

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TUESDAY, 20TH JANUARY 2009

 

NOTICE OF MOTION

 

HON MAVIMA HON HLONGWANE

 

CONCERNED with the ever increasing number of deaths linked and or related to cholera within Zimbabwe, and the lack of an aggressive and focused response by the National Water Authority to play its rightful role in providing safe drinking water and sanitation to the nation;

 

NOTING that as of 14th December, 2008 approximately 700 people countrywide had died of cholera and in excess of 10,000 people had been infected with the disease as per reports from the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, and:

 

FURTHER NOTING that more people are likely to die or become infected as the outbreak takes its toll throughout the country;

 

ACKNOWLEDGING the efforts of the Civil Protection Unit (CPU) calling on all stakeholders to be involve with maximum effort to combat the outbreak and admitting that the outbreak had now taken a national scope: and appreciating the establishment of the cabinet task force on cholera by government, and the call by the Minister of Health and Child Welfare for local and international well wishers including UNICEF, WHO, and other organizations to come in full force to assist the country in combating this disaster;

 

APPRECIATING the assistance rendered by our friendly neighbours, in particular, The Republics of Namibia and South Africa in providing drugs and other medical equipment and consumables to fight the deadly cholera disease;

 

CONCERNED that ZINWA does not have the capacity nor the resources to provide safe drinking water and sanitation to the citizens of Zimbabwe particularly under such trying times and or in the near future;

 

FURTHER NOTING that most households and public institutions now go for weeks on end without any safe and treated running water and sanitation;

 

RECOGNISING that capacity to effectively distribute, treat and manage water supply was efficiently done by various Municipalities in the country prior to the take over by ZINWA and;

 

ACCEPTING that this experiment (ZINWA) must now come to its logical conclusion and has failed;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, this House resolves that:

 

  1. The cholera crisis be declared a national disaster;
  2. A Joint Portfolio Committee of Water Resources and Infrastructure Development and Health and Child Welfare, investigates and reports on this issue as a matter of urgency;
  3. That this Joint Portfolio Committee makes recommendations on how the country can return the management and distribution of water supply and sanitation back to the Municipalities;
  4. That the Joint Committee submits detailed proposals to capacitate the      municipalities and set a timetable to repeal appropriate legislation with regards to certain responsibilities accorded to ZINWA.

 

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