Zimbabwe

Start date: 2015
Areas of expertise: Constitutional Law
Highlights: 2 project, 2+ field visits, 1 conference, 1 workshop

Overview

Zimbabwe adopted a new Constitution in May 2013, which was previously approved in a referendum by 95 per cent of the voters. Its text replaces the old Lancaster House Constitution adopted in 1981 and may be ranked among Africa’s more progressive national constitutions. An essential part of the “Global Political Agreement”, which was concluded between the ruling party “Zanu-PF” and the opposition “Movement for Democratic Change” (MDC), was put into practice with the adoption of the 2013 Constitution. It also completed a long-lasting constitutional reform process, which had been marked and delayed by several setbacks and discarded drafts.

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