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  • Constitution bulletin day 46 & 47
    Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights)
    August 25, 2010

    Part two

    Mashonaland East

    High participation has been recorded in most of the meetings held in Mutoko so far, with one of the lowest recorded at 279 at Mukarakate Primary on Friday 20 August. On Saturday Waterloo Primary School registered 1018 participants. This high attendance has been attributed to effective mobilisation by both COPAC and the Provincial and District Administrators responsible for the task. Even in Murehwa in the same province, 1400 people attended a meeting at Chitowa Clinic. However, trucks were seen dropping off people at the meeting point. These transported people are alleged not to be residents from the area, but hired individuals to parrot and support political bias.

    From the meeting held on Saturday at Waterloo, the people voted for no separation of powers, whereby the elected president should be in charge of all uniformed security forces, parliament and other influential posts.

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