According to the director of the organization, Namatai Kwekweza, the place and time of the meeting will be made available to them on Monday.
Said Kwekweza, “We received a call from the Justice Department of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs informing us that the Minister has agreed to meet with us in response to our letter. The time and location will be communicated on Monday (August 24, 2020) at 8:30 a.m. “
Recently, another civil society organization Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition issued a statement saying: “Attempt to amend the constitution which is the product of the tireless efforts of citizens to develop and consolidate democratic efforts in Zimbabwe after two decades of crisis, among other things, erode and erase everything. the democratic gains of the historic referendum of March 16, 2013.
“What makes this act abominable is its certain result which is to anchor hegemony and consolidate the power of the holder. Regardless of the outcome, the ruling party’s initial attempts to amend the Constitution reflect the incumbent’s desires to consolidate power, so several more attempts to mutilate the Constitution will be expected. “
Source – Byo24