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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY VOTES 26_AUGUST_2008_NO._2
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
FIRST SESSION – SEVENTH PARLIAMENT
TUESDAY, 26th AUGUST 2008
Twenty-five minutes to twelve o’clock p.m
|The Speaker in the Chair
| Chikwinya S
Gwiyo C.C Haritatos P
M, Hove S.R
|Mafios I.D Mahlangu T
Majome F.J Makone T.M Makuyana M Mandebvu N.T Mangami D
Mangena J Mangoma E.S Mangwana
M.P Manyika E.T Maposhere
E.E Matibe T.P
|Matimba T Matinenga
E.T Matonga B
O Matutu T
Mnkandla T Mohadi K.C.D
Mabaranga C Mabhena G
Machacha C Madamombe
Madubeko J Madzimure W
Mudarikwa S Mudavanhu E Mudenge I.S
Munengami F Mungofa P.T Munjeyi G
Musundire A.L Musvaire W Mutasa D.N.E Mutinhiri A Mutinhiri T Mutamba W
Mutsekwa G.T Mutseyami C.P
Nyakudanga O Nyamande J Nyamudeza S
Zhanda T.P Zhuwao P
Sibanda C.C Sibanda D.S Sibanda F.M
Printed by Order of the House
Absent with leave
Hon. N. Mguni
Hon R. Makamure
Hon N.P.S Masukume
- The House met, pursuant to Proclamation, in the House of Assembly Chamber, Parliament of Zimbabwe.
- The Clerk of Parliament read the Proclamation of the President of Zimbabwe dated 18th August 2008, summoning the Parliament to meet this day for the dispatch of business as follows:-
HIS EXCELLENCY THE HONOURABLE ROBERT GABRIEL MUGABE,
G.C.Z.M., President of Zimbabwe and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces of Zimbabwe.
WHEREAS it is provided by subsection (1) of section 62 of the Constitution that the sessions of Parliament shall be held in such place and shall begin at such time as the President may, by proclamation in the Gazette, fix;
AND WHEREAS, it is expedient that Parliament should be summoned to meet:
NOW, THEREFORE, under and by virtue of the powers vested in the
President as afore said, I do, by this my Proclamation, fix–
- Parliament building, Harare, as the place in which the First
Session of the Seventh Parliament of Zimbabwe shall be held;
- ten o’clock before noon on Monday the 25th August, 2008, as the time and date of the swearing-in of members of Parliament at Parliament of building;
- twelve o’clock noon on Tuesday the 26th August, 2008, as the time and date at which the First Session of the Seventh Parliament of Zimbabwe shall begin.
Given under my hand and the Public Seal of Zimbabwe at Harare this eighteenth day of August, in the year of Our Lord two thousand and eight.
- G. MUGABE,
By Command of the President.
Supplement to the Zimbabwean Government Gazette Extraordinary dated the 20th August, 2008, Printed by the Government Printer, Harare.
- MR. SPEAKER: I have to inform the House that the President of Zimbabwe will today at Twelve O’clock noon, declare the causes of his calling the Parliament to meet.
Mr Speaker left the Chair at twenty-one minutes to twelve o’clock noon.
- The Honourable President of the Senate attended.
Twelve o’clock noon.
- The President of Zimbabwe, being seated in the Chair, was pleased to address the House as follows:-
(Printer please insert speech)
- The Honourable the President of the Senate withdrew.
Twenty eight minutes past twelve o’clock p.m.
- Mr Speaker resumed the Chair and read Prayers.
- Mr Speaker laid upon the Table-
A copy of the speech, which the President of Zimbabwe has been pleased to deliver this day.
- The Minister of Rural Housing and Social Amenities moved: That the Committee of Supply be appointed in terms of Standing Order No. 85.
Motion put and agreed to.
- Mr Speaker adjourned the House without putting any question at twenty five minutes to one o’ clock until Tuesday 14th October 2008, at a quarter past two o’clock in the afternoon.
- N. MOYO
TUESDAY, 14TH OCTOBER 2008
ORDER OF THE DAY AND NOTICE OF MOTION
- HON MAZIKANA HON ZHANDA
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.
- COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.