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  • Weekly Report 26 July - 1 August 2010
    Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN), Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) Independent Constitution Monitoring Project (ZZZICOMP)
    August 25, 2010

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    Introduction

    This weekly Report presents outreach-related experiences between 26 July and 1 August particularly focusing on incidents that may either enable or disable the consultation process. Outreach processes need to be democratic, transparent and inclusive to ensure outcomes that reflect the input of the broad and diverse spectrum of society.

    Constituencies covered

    The week under review saw the COPAC programme spreading its outreach consultations into 29 constituencies that include Mazowe West, Mazowe North, Mazowe South and Mazowe Central in Mashonaland Central province; Gutu Central, Gutu North, Gutu West and Mwenezi West in Masvingo province; Chimanimani East, Chimanimani West and Mutasa North in Manicaland province; Shurugwi North, Shurugwi Urban, Zvishavane-Runde, Zvishavane-Ngezi and Zvishavane-Shurugwi in Midlands province; Zvimba East, Zvimba West, Mhangura and Makonde in Mashonaland West province; Goromonzi South, Wedza North, Wedza South, Goromonzi West and Chikomba East in Mashonaland East province; Binga North and Binga South in Matabeleland North province as well as Insiza North and Insiza South in Matabeleland South province.

    Meetings held

    A total of 225 outreach meetings with a provincial spread of 23.6% [53] in Mashonaland Central province, 16.9% [38] in Masvingo province, 15.6% [35] in Midlands province, 14.3% [32] in Matabeleland South province, 9.3% [21] in Mashonaland West province, 9.3 % [21] in Mashonaland East province, 5.8% [13] in Manicaland province and 5.3% [12] in Matabeleland South province were held during the period under focus.

    For further information and comments please contact the ZZZICOMP at Email: zzzicomp@gmail.com, Hotlines:+263 916 404256-9 /+263 916 404292

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