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Parliament to dissolve on Friday, 14th May, 2021

Parliament will dissolve on Friday, 14th May, 2021.  For further details, see attached document.

SPEAKER MATIBINI LAUNCHES MEMBERS OF THE NORTHERN RHODESIA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AND THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF ZAMBIA HANDBOOK

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Rt. Hon. Mr Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, SC., BA, FCIArb, MP has launched the first edition of the Members of the Northern Rhodesia Legislative Council, and the National Assembly of Zambia, 1924 – 2021 Handbook.  The handbook was launched on Tuesday, 12th April, 2021 at Parliament Buildings.

NAZ TO RESUME SITTING ON TUESDAY, 30TH MARCH, 2021

The Clerk of the National Assembly wishes to inform Honourable Members of Parliament, the media and the public at large that the House Business Committee of Parliament has resolved that the Third Meeting of the Fifth Session of the Twelfth National Assembly which resumes sittings on Tuesday, 30th March, 2021, at 14:30 hours, will be held under very strict Covid-19 guidelines as was the case with the previous Meeting.

SPEAKER MATIBINI COMMENDS EU’S ROLE IN THE ELECTORAL PROCESS

Speaker of the National Assembly Rt. Honourable Mr Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, SC., BA, FCIArb, MP has commended the European Union (EU) for their objective and invaluable role in Zambia’s electoral process and reform. He said this when the Exploratory Mission (ExM) to Zambia paid a courtesy on him at Parliament Buildings in Lusaka, on Monday, 22 March, 2021.

NAZ TO RESUME SITTING ON TUESDAY, 30TH MARCH, 2021

The Fifth Session of the Twelfth National Assembly, which adjourned sine die on Wednesday, 10th March, 2021, will resume on Tuesday, 30th March, 2021, at 14:30 hours.

In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the mode of conducting business of the House, and other related measures will be communicated in due course.

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR KAPUTA CONSTITUENCY, MR MAXAS JOEL BWEUPE NG’ONGA PASSES AWAY

Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, Right Honourable Mr Justice Dr Patrick Matibini, SC., BA, FCIArb, MP has expressed sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to the family of the late Mr Maxas Joel Bweupe Ng’onga, Member of Parliament for Kaputa Constituency in Northern Province, on his untimely death.

The Late Mr Maxas Joel Bweupe Ng’onga passed away on Tuesday, 2nd March, 2021 in Lusaka.  He served as Chairperson of the Committee on Agriculture, Lands and Natural Resources until the time of his death.

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF ZAMBIA REQUEST FOR PICTURES OF FORMER MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL/MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT

The National Assembly of Zambia is in the process of publishing a handbook for all Members of the Legislative Council/Members of Parliament covering the pre and post – independence period.

In this regard, we wish to request the general public and family members to assist the National Assembly of Zambia with portrait pictures of former Members of the Legislative Council and Members of Parliament listed below.

MULOBEZI CONSTITUENCY TAKES PART IN “PLANT A CPC FOREST”

Member of Parliament for Mulobezi Constituency, Mr Alfred Mandumbwa has urged constituents to plant trees alongside the COVID-19 pandemic fight. Mr Mandumbwa said this during the tree planting exercise held at Mulobezi Constituency Office on Thursday, 14th January, 2021 as part of the “Plant a Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) Forest Project” that was launched on 23rd November 2020, by the Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia at Parliament Buildings.

MWAKALOMBE SPEAKS TREE PLANTING FOR A GREEN ENVIRONMENT

Chongwe Member of Parliament and Copperbelt Provincial Minister, Honourable Japhen Mwakalombe has called on Chongwe residents to ensure that they plant trees in order to protect the environment, human life and property.

Honourable Mwakalombe made the call during the tree planting exercise at Evergreen primary school in Kanakantapa ward in Chongwe.

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