Opposition party leader and constitutional law fundi Professor Lovemore Madhuku during the panel discussion on the Constitutional Amendment Bill organised by Heal Zimbabwe Trust said the president should stop acting like his predecessor Robert Mugabe who would change the constitutions when he wanted to, New Zimbabwe reports.
We have told Mnangagwa to stop acting like Mugabe, where the constitution is amended when he wants. We are saying he should undo the mentality of making and unmaking the constitution
A constitution ought not be easy to amend, if you then decide to amend, it must not be the business exclusively of the government of the day
On another note, the President’s constitution amendment bill has gathered dust as various CSOs are strongly against it and are making plans to fight it.
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