MPs & Ministers expected to declare assets as Parliament approves lifestyle audits

Ministers and legislators are expected to declare their assets in line with Section 198 of the Constitution after Parliament approved lifestyle audits.

Clerk of Parliament, Kennedy Chokuda confirmed that the Standing Rules and Orders Committee (SROC) had approved the asset declaration register and the code of conduct for MPs. The Herald reports that the register will require MPs to register land in and outside Zimbabwe, buildings, movable assets, financial assets and other assets such as jewellery worth more than $25 000, with the clerk of Parliament expected to enter the register of declared assets.

More: Herald


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