Member of Parliament for Chegutu West Dexter Nduna has called for Parliament to put in place laws that criminalize the calling of sanctions.
Nduna said any citizen who calls for sanctions should be sentenced to death by a firing squad. Nduna was making a contribution to a report that was presented by Kindness Paradza who attended a workshop to review progress by Member States on the implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 of 2004 calling for the total ban, in warfare, of all forms of Weapons of Mass Destruction including Biological and Chemical weapons. Said Nduna:
I therefore, call upon the powers of this nation and Parliament of Zimbabwe to ratify a motion that says anybody who calls upon any nation to impose sanctions on this country, so that we are unable or impeded in our quest to ratify some of these very genuine protocols that are going to make sure there is complete eradication of weapons of both mass destruction and dangerous chemical weapons, anybody that calls on unilateral or otherwise sanctions who is a citizen of Zimbabwe calls on sanctions on Zimbabwe. I call as we speak about the removal of death sentence, that person should be sentenced to death by a firing squad.
Dexter Nduna is a Zimbabwean politician and a member of Zanu-PF party. He is the Member of Parliament for Chegutu West Constituency. He was reelected in the July 2018 elections. He is the current chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport. He is also... Read More About Dexter Nduna
Kindness Paradza is a member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front and is the current Zanu PF secretary for administration for Mashonaland West and legislator for Makonde. He contested in the 2018 elections and won and continues to be Member of Parliament for Makonde. Read More About Kindness Paradza
The Parlimanent of Zimbabwe is the supreme legislative body in Zimbabwe. It possesses legislative supremacy and thereby ultimate power over all other political bodies in Zimbabwe. The parliament is bicameral, consisting of two chambers; The Senate an Upper Chamber that initially was introduced in 1980... Read More About Parliament of Zimbabwe