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SENATE VOTES 23 NOVEMBER 2022 NO 1
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE
FOURTH SESSION – NINTH PARLIAMENT
TUESDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER, 2022
Sixteen minutes to one o’clock p.m.
The President of the Senate in the Chair.
Chirongoma J M
Hungwe S O
Khumalo N. N
Maluleke O M
Mavima L. D.
Mkwananzi Z N
Mtshane L K
Nyambuya M. R.
Parirenyatwa D. P.
Sekeramayi S T
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
- The Joint Sitting of the National Assembly and the Senate commenced at twelve o’clock noon in the National Assembly chamber.
- The Speaker invited His Excellency, the President Hon. Dr. E. D. Mnangagwa to deliver the State of the National Address (SONA), marking the Official Opening of the Fifth Session of the Ninth Parliament.
Two minutes past twelve o’clock pm
- His Excellency, the President of Zimbabwe, being seated in the Chair, was pleased to address Parliament as follows:
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- The Joint Sitting of the National Assembly and the Senate ended at twenty- nine minutes to one o’clock pm.
- At 12:32 pm, His Excellency, the President’s Procession withdrew.
- At 12:33 pm, the President of the Senate’s Procession withdrew.
Sixteen minutes to one o’clock pm
- In the Senate the President of the Senate assumed the Chair.
- The President of the Senate laid upon the Table –
A copy of the speech which the President of Zimbabwe has been pleased to deliver this day.
- The President of the Senate congratulated Hon. Senators for attending the inaugural meeting of the Joint Sitting in the New Parliament Building at Mt Hampden.
- The President of the Senate adjourned the Senate without putting any question at eight minutes to one o’clock pm until Tuesday, 6th December 2022 at half past two o’clock in the afternoon.
- M. CHINOMONA,
President of the Senate.
TUESDAY, 6TH DECEMBER, 2022
NOTICE OF MOTION
Hon. Sen. S. S. Mpofu
Hon. Sen. Chief Siansali
That a respectful address be presented to the President of Zimbabwe as follows: –
May it please you, your Excellency 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.