Clerk of Parliament Confirms That Parliament Is Sitting Tomorrow

The clerk of Parliament Kennedy Chokuda has confirmed that Parliament will resume sitting on Tuesday. President Robert Mugabe had been given an ultimatum to resign by 12 PM Monday or to face impeachment on Tuesday.

A message sent to Members of Parliament and senators reads:

The Clerk of Parliament Mr K.M. Chokuda would like to inform all Members of the National Assembly and Senate that there will be normal sittings of Parliament on Tuesday 21 November 2017. All MPs are urged to attend.

This comes as Mugabe seems to be resisting the call to step down. Mugabe has been under pressure to step down, ever since the Zimbabwe Defence Forces seized power in a military takeover last week.

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