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SENATE HANSARD 10 MAY 2023 VOL 32 NO 26

PARLIAMENT OF ZIMBABWE

Wednesday, 10th May, 2023

The Senate met at Half-past Two o’clock p.m.

PRAYERS

(THE HON. DEPUTY PRESIDENT OF SENATE in the Chair)

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE DEPUTY PRESIDENT OF SENATE

SWITCHING OFF OF CELLPHONES

THE HON. DEPUTY PRESIDENT OF SENATE: Hon. Senators are reminded once again to put their phones on silent or better switch them off.

MOTION

REPORT OF THE ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION FOR THE 7TH MAY 2022 BY-ELECTION

          First Order read: Adjourned debate on motion on the Report of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission for the 7th May, 2022 By-Election.

Question again proposed.

      HON. SEN. MUZENDA: Mr. President, I move that the debate do now adjourn.

      HON. SEN. TONGOGARA: I second.

      Motion put and agreed to.

     Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.

MOTION

PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH: DEBATE ON ADDRESS

     Second Order Read: Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech.

     Question again proposed.

HON. SEN. S. MPOFU: Thank you Mr. President Sir. I rise to wind up my motion on the State of the Nation Address which His Excellency, the President was pleased to deliver to Parliament as he officially opened the Fifth Session of the Ninth Parliament. As alluded to by Hon. Senators, the Second Republic has achieved a lot in the shortest possible time. I therefore, would like to thank all the Hon. Senators who contributed to this motion. With those few words, Mr. President, I move that the motion be adopted.

Motion 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.

Motion put and agreed to.

MOTION

BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE

HON. SEN. MUZENDA: Mr. President Sir, I move that Orders of the Day, Numbers 3 and 4 on today’s Order Paper be stood over until the rest of the Orders of the Day have been disposed of.

HON. SEN. KAMBIZI: I second.

Motion put and agreed to.

Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.

MOTION

SUSTAINABLE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

Fifth Order read: Adjourned debate on motion on sustainable healthcare systems in Zimbabwe.

Question again proposed.

HON. SEN. TONGOGARA: Mr. President Sir, I move that the debate do now adjourn.

HON. SEN. S. MPOFU: I second.

Motion put and agreed to.

Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.

MOTION

PROMOTION OF DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMES FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Sixth Order read: Adjourned debate on motion on the sustainable management of waste.

Question again proposed.

HON. SEN. S. MPOFU: Mr. President Sir, I move that the debate do now adjourn.

HON. SEN. CHIRONGOMA: I second.

Motion put and agreed to.

Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.         

MOTION

PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING

          Seventh Order read: Adjourned debate on motion on combating human trafficking.

          Question again proposed.

          HON. SEN. MUZENDA: I move that the debate do now adjourn.

          HON. SEN. TONGOGARA: I second.

          Motion put and agreed to.

          Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.

MOTION

REPORT OF THE 145TH ASSEMBLY OF THE INTER-PARLIAMENTARY UNION AND RELATED MEETINGS

Eighth Order read: Adjourned debate on motion on the report of the 145th IPU and related meetings held in Kigali, Rwanda.

          Question again proposed.

          HON. SEN. MUZENDA: I move that the debate do now adjourn.

          HON. SEN. MKHWEBU: I second.

          Motion put and agreed to.

          Debate to resume: Thursday, 11th May, 2023.

          On the motion of HON. SEN. MUZENDA, seconded by HON. SEN. SIPANI-HUNGWE, the Senate adjourned at a Quarter to Three o’clock p.m.

 

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