From National Assembly Order Paper for Wednesday 14th January.
AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY HON. GONESE (MDC-T)
NATIONAL PEACE AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION BILL, (H.B. 2, 2017)
By Hon. Gonese:
In line 10 on page 3 of the Bill, to delete the words “WHEREAS sections 251 to 253 of the Constitution provide as follows:” and to substitute:
“WHEREAS Zimbabwe must seek a departure from a past of violence and gross violation of human rights, and a transition from fear and hatred, and instead must embrace the call to dialogue and truth, seeking a new path to a future of peace and respect for human rights, a future of hope and love, a new culture of justice and accountability;
AND WHEREAS the Constitution provides that path to justice, dialogue and restoration, to truth-telling and the making of amends, to support and rehabilitation of victims, and offers new tools for the construction of a society of sustainable peace through the establishment of the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission;
AND WHEREAS sections 251 to 253 of the Constitution provide as follows:”.