MDC Vice President Added Into The Standing Rules And Orders Committee
Parliament yesterday added five more members to the Standing Rules and Orders Committee (SROC) and nominated members who will be in the Speaker of the National Assembly Panel.
The SROC has the mandate of supervising the administration of Parliament, formulate standing orders, considering and deciding on all matters concerning Parliament and exercising any other functions that may be conferred or imposed on the Committee by the Constitution or by Standing Orders or any other law.
The announcement was made on Thursday by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda, during the National Assembly sitting.
He said the appointment of the SROC was done in terms of Section 151 (1) of the Constitution.
The added members of the SROC include leader of Government Business in Senate and Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Minister Perrance Shiri, leader of the opposition in the Senate, Engineer Elias Mudzuri, Zanu-PF Senate Chief Whip, Tsitsi Muzenda, MDC-Alliance Senate Chief Whip, Lilian Timveos and Senator Omega Hungwe.
Buhera North Constituency legislator, William Mutomba, was retained in the Speaker’s Panel while Lupane West legislator, Martin Khumalo, and Proportional Representation legislator, Tatenda Mavetera, were added.
Khumalo and Mavetera replaces Melody Dziva and Reuben Marumahoko who failed to make it to the Ninth Parliament.
Said Advocate Mudenda announcing the final list of the committee members:
“For the avoidance of doubt, the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders shall consist of the following:
Hon. Advocate Jacob Francis Mudenda, the Speaker of the National Assembly and Chairperson;
Hon. Mabel Memory Chinomona, President of the Senate and Deputy Chairperson;
Hon. Tsitsi Gezi, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly;
Hon. Sen. Lt. General (Rtd) Michael Reuben Nyambuya, Deputy President of the Senate;
Hon. Mthuli Ncube, Minister of Finance and Economic Development;
Hon. Oppah Chamu Zvipange Muchinguri-Kashiri, Minister of Defence;
Hon. Dr. Joram Gumbo, Minister of Energy and Power Development;
Hon. Ziyambi Ziyambi, Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs and Leader of Government Business in the National Assembly;
Hon. Sen. Chief Air Marshall (Rtd) Perence Shiri, Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement and Leader of Government Business in the Senate;
Hon. Tabitha Khumalo, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly;
Hon. Sen. Elias Mudzuri, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate;
Hon. Pupurai Togarepi, ZANU PF Chief Whip in the National Assembly;
Hon. Prosper Chapfiwa Mutseyami, MDC-Alliance Chief Whip in the National Assembly;
Hon. Sen. Tsitsi Muzenda, ZANU Pf Chief Whip in the Senate;
Hon. Sen. Lilian Timveos, MDC Alliance Chief Whip in the Senate;
Hon. Sen. Chief Charumbira, the President of the National Council of Chiefs;
Hon. Royi Billah appointed by the Speaker.
Hon. Sen. Omega Hungwe, appointed by the President of the Senate and eight members, four being members from the National Assembly and four from the Senate:
Hon. Marian Chombo;
Hon. Innocent Gonese;
Hon. Spiwe Mukunyaidze;
Hon. Mathew Nyashanu;
Hon. Sen. Sikelela Gumpo;
Hon. Sen. Morgan Komichi;
Hon. Sen. Tambudzani Mohadi and
Hon. Sen. Sydney Sekeramayi.”
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