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Zimbabwe. Parliament

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  • Variants

    • Zimbabwe. Parliament. House of Assembly (1990-2005)
    • Parliament of Zimbabwe
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Zimbabwe
  • Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Earlier Established Forms

  • Sources

    • found: Its House of Assembly. Parliamentary debates, 29th July 1980:p. 1207 (Parliament of Zimbabwe); Vol. 14, index (1988): cover p. 3 (members of the House of Assembly)
    • found: Europa world year book, 1990:p. 3018 (Zimbabwe; following elections held in Mar. 1990, the Senate was abolished and the House of Assembly was expanded [and called Parliament])
    • found: Zimbabwe. Parliament. Parliamentary debates, 21st June 1990:t.p. (Zimbabwe; Parliament) cover p. 3 (members of Parliament)
    • found: Its Service Ministries Committee on the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Higher Education. Report of the Service Ministries Committee ... 4th Feb. 1992:t.p. (Parliament of Zimbabwe; House of Assembly [the term House of Assembly continues to appear on some parliamentary publications issued after Mar. 1990])
    • found: Washington post, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2005:p. A18 (The nominal focus of Saturday's vote is the election of members to the Senate, a new upper chamber of parliament that opposition figures have dismissed as little more than a jobs program for regime cronies. It will have few official duties and will not be able to block legislation passed by the lower chamber [the article does not mention whether the Senate will be able to initiate and/or pass legislation])
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 20 Jan. 2006:"Senate of Zimbabwe" page (The original senate consisted of 40 members, the majority of whom were elected by the House of Assembly, with the remainder chosen by the Council of Chiefs and appointed by the President., The current Senate has a total of 66 members, with 50 members (5 from each province) directly elected, 6 appointed by the President, and 10 being traditional chiefs)
    • found: Parliament of Zimbabwe website, viewed January 21, 2019:Homepage (Copyright @2019 Parliament of Zimbabwe) -
  • Editorial Notes

    • [For parliamentary publications up to Mar. 1990 and after Nov. 2005, use headings: Zimbabwe. Parliament. House of Assembly, and: Zimbabwe. Parliament. Senate. For works between these dates, use: Zimbabwe. Parliament]
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-10-06: new
    • 2019-03-23: revised
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