Parliament will briefly sit tomorrow so that it may adjourn business to a later date as the country enters its 6th week of the national lockdown, The Herald reports.
This was released in a statement by the parliament which reads in part:
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As a contingency measure, the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders resolved that both Houses sit on Tuesday May 5, 2020, the date to which they had adjourned, for the sake of formally adjourning to a date that will be informed by the Government decision on the lockdown or otherwise.
In this regard, and to comply with social distance requirements, only MPs and senators from Harare, Mashonaland East, Mashonaland West and Mashonaland Central and all ministers and deputies will attend the session on Tuesday (today).
And even then, only members from the four provinces who are able to drive to Parliament and back to their constituencies on the same day will be required to attend.
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