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Zimbabwe Votes On New Constitution Today

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabweans will vote on a new Constitution in a referendum set for 16 March, a landmark development that could shape the destiny of the country. This would replace the present Lancaster House Constitution, which was negotiated in London before Independence and has been amended 19 times since 1980.

Zimbabwe’s New Constitution Now Completed

The final draft of Zimbabwe's new constitution is now complete and has been signed by all the party negotiators to the GPA and members...

Haiti Approves New Constitution

A new constitution has been published in Haiti, giving some two million citizens living abroad the right to own land and run for public...

Tsvangirai’s Party Trying to Smuggle “Gay Rights” Into Zimbabwe’s Constitution

COPAC has thrown out MDC-T’s bid to smuggle homosexuality into the new constitution under the guise of protecting minority rights. Sources who attended a Select Committee meeting last week accused MDC-T’s Copac co-chairperson Douglas Mwonzora and spokesperson Jessie Majome of seeking to have gay rights included under the guise of minority rights.