Government of Zimbabwe aims to align all laws to the constitution by June

2 March
Flag of Zimbabwe (photo credit: pixabay)
Flag of Zimbabwe (photo credit: pixabay)
Government expects to complete aligning all laws to the Constitution before year-end, with the outstanding 50 statutes to be tabled before Parliament within the next three months. The enactment of the Constitution in 2013 meant more than 400 laws which were out of sync with some of the refreshed provisions of the supreme law had to be aligned, while 63 needed to either be repealed, extensively amended or redrafted. Out of the 63 laws, 10 have been passed by Parliament and assented to by the President.
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