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SENATE VOTES 14 NOVEMBER 2019 7
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE
SECOND SESSION – NINTH PARLIAMENT
THURSDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER, 2019
Half past two o’clock pm.
The President of the Senate in the Chair.
Charumbira Chief F. Chimbudzi A.
Chirongoma J. M.
Chundu Chief Dube A.
Dube M. R.
Hungwe J D
Hungwe S. O
Malinga J T
Maluleke O. M.
Mathupula Chief Mathuthu T.
Matiirira A. Matsiwo Chief Mbohwa M.
Moyo S K.
Mpofu S. Munzverengwi A Mupfumira P.
Muzenda V T
Mtshane L K Chief Ndlovu M.
Nyangazonke Chief Sekeramayi S T.
Shumba C. Siansali Chief Timire R.
Tongogara A. K.
In attendance in terms of section 138(2) and (3) and section 104(3) of the Constitution
Printed by Order of the Senate
Absent with leave
Hon. Sen. Khupe, Hon. Lt. General (Rtd) Nyambuya
- Papers Laid on the Table-
The Minister of State in the Vice President K. C. D. Mohadi’s Office
Additional Protocol to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement [by Section 327 of the Constitution]
Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency [by Section 327 of the Constitution]
Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities [by Section 327 of the Constitution]
Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident was adopted by the
International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference [by Section 327 of the Constitution]
Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management [by Section 327 of the Constitution]
- The President of the Senate informed the Senate that the Hon. Minister of Finance and Economic Development would present the 2020 National Budget in the National Assembly at 1445 hours and that Hon. Senators could follow proceedings on monitors in the Senate Chamber.
- The President of the Senate advised the Senate that all Members of Parliament were invited to a Post-Budget Seminar on Monday, 18th November 2019 at the Rainbow Towers Hotel and that buses would leave Parliament at 0745 hours.
- The President of the Senate also advised the Senate that the Post-Budget Seminar would be followed by Post-Budget consultation meetings which would be convened by Portfolio Committees from Tuesday, 19th to Friday, 22nd November 2019. Hon. Senators were also advised that they could attend Portfolio Committee meetings of their choice.
- On the motion of the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education: The Senate adjourned at twenty-five minutes to three o’clock pm until Tuesday, 3rd December
2019, at half past two o’clock in the afternoon.
- M. CHINOMONA,
President of the Senate.
TUESDAY, 3RD DECEMBER, 2019
ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS
- HON. SEN. FEMAI
HON. SEN. CHIRONGOMA
That this House takes note of the Report of the Delegation to the Pan- African Parliament High Level Summit on HIV and health financing in Africa, held in Brazzaville, Congo from 11th to 12th July 2019.
- HON. SEN. NCUBE HON. SEN. KHUPE
That this House takes note of the Report of the Thematic Committee on Gender and Development on the plight of people with disabilities and challenges faced by women and girls with disabilities in Zimbabwe. (S.C.18, 2019)
- Adjourned debate on motion in reply to the Presidential Speech (Adjourned 13th November, 2019 - Hon Sen. S. Mpofu)
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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. Sen. Muzenda.
- Adjourned debate on motion on the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe (Adjourned, 13th November, 2019—Hon. Sen. Mbohwa).
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Question proposed: That this House
COGNISANT that the 39th Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of States and Government held in Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania, strongly condemned the prolonged adverse illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West and unequivocally called for their unconditional removal;
MINDFUL that SADC has always been calling for the immediate lifting of sanctions to facilitate the socio-economic recovery of the country leading to the resolution to declare the 25th October 2019 as the date on which SADC Members States collectively voice their disapproval of the illegal sanctions through various activities and platforms
DEEPLY CONCERNED with the duplicity by the West and its allies who are masking the protracted illegal regime change agenda under the guise of targeted sanctions
GRAVELY DISTURBED that the so-called targeted sanctions have brought untold suffering to ordinary Zimbabweans through de – industrialization resulting in high levels of unemployment, among many other economic challenges
WORRIED that the crippling sanctions have affected all spheres of our economic and social services through the ever-increasing skills flight which has decimated all meaningful development in the last two decades;
NOTING with disdain the arrogant unilateralism and disrespect for the rule of law of countries that illegally imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe;
- Calls upon the United States of America, the European Union and its allies to urgently and unconditionally remove the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe at their instigation as these have resulted in horrendous suffering of the ordinary Zimbabwean citizens;
- Resolves that dialogue be given a chance and that the perpetrators be encouraged by the collective voice of the SADC Region to urge their governments to lift all forms of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe;
- Applauds the SADC Region for rising with one voice in support of the unconditional and immediate removal of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe-Hon Sen. Mbohwa.
THURSDAY, 5TH DECEMBERR, 2019
QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWERS.
* QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.
◆ QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE.