Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Zimbabweans Overwhelmingly Approve New Constitution

Zimbabweans voted overwhelmingly this weekend to approve a new draft constitution.  Ninety-five percent of voters cast a ballot in favor, according to the Washington Post and others.  We posted earlier here.

Now the document goes to Parliament and the president for approval and signature--ceremonial steps that'll take another 30 days or so.

The text is available here, at COPAC's web-site.



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