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  • COPAC chased away by community members - The Daily Agenda
    Bulawayo Agenda
    June 28, 2010

    Mashonaland West
    - Community members chased COPAC outreach teams away arguing that they must come in the company of police officers for security reasons. It is said that community members felt that the presence of police officers would reduce incidences of violence during the consultation as this province has a history of violence such as that of 2008.

    Hwange - Outreach teams are said to be stranded in Hwange as they do not have fuel and allowances to travel to the meeting points. They said that they are still waiting for the resources, which also include cameras and voice recorders, from Bulawayo since yesterday. Residents are still wondering if the process will start as the teams seem not to be informed about the goings on.

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    Bulawayo Agenda will be a launching a constitutional series debate report on Monday 28 June 2010 at the Democracy Centre at 1100hrs. The report contains the findings from debate meetings that were held in various project areas over the past months.

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    25/06/10 Leadership Forum Ntepe Business Centre (Gwanda Central)
    26/06/10 Leadership Forum Matshiya Village (Gwanda North)
    26/06/10 Ward Update Meeting Makhandeni Hall Ward 12

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