Swearing in of MPs date set

The swearing in of Members of Parliament will be done by the Clerk of Parliament this Thursday the 7th of September 2023.

A government gazette to that effect was published today.

General Notice

IT is hereby notified that, in terms of section 128(1) of the Constitution, the day and time for Members of Parliament to make and subscribe to the Oath of a Member of Parliament before the Clerk of Parliament in the form set out in the Third Schedule to the Constitution shall be—
(a) ten o’clock in the morning on Thursday, the 7th of September, 2023, for Members of the National Assembly;

This follows the inauguration of President Mnangagwa on Monday.

The swearing in paves the way for the President to announce his cabinet which is expected to fuse old and new blood with the thrust mainly focusing on development.

President Mnangagwa was elected for a second term in elections held on the 23rd of August last month.

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