Fifth Session of the Ninth Assembly

Assembly: 
9
Session: 
5
Short Name: 
5/9
Start Date: 
Friday, January 13, 2006 - 10:15
End Date: 
Friday, June 16, 2006
Status: 
Inactive

Debates- Thursday 28th March, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY

Thursday, 28th March, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

MOTION

SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS

The Vice President (Mr Kavindele): Mr Speaker, I rise to seek your indulgence and that of the House that we defer the motion that I had proposed to some other date.

I thank you, Sir.

Hon. Members: Hear, hear!

Debates- Tuesday 2nd April, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY 

Tuesday, 2nd April, 2002

The House met at 1420 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

 

ANNOUNCEMENT

DEATH OF HON. GOODSON BRUWER MULILO, DEPUTY MINISTER OF WORKS AND SUPPLY AND MEMBER FOR LUFWANYAMA

Mr Speaker: I wish to acquaint the House with the fact already sadly known of the death of Hon. Goodson Bruwer Mulilo, MP, Lufwanyama Parliamentary Constituency and Deputy Minister of Works and Supply.

Debates- Wednesday 3rd April, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY 

Wednesday, 3rd April, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

HIV/AIDS PANDEMIC IMPACT

The Minister of Health (Dr Chituwo): Thank you Mr Speaker, for giving me the opportunity to issue a Ministerial Statement. 

Debates- Tuesday 16th July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY

Tuesday, 16th July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

THE PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL ADDRESS

Mr Speaker: Unless there is a Member or Members who wish to say something on the Order of the Day, I would proceed, as I understand, widely consulted. Any Member who wishes to take the Floor?

Debates- Tuesday, 23rd July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY

Tuesday, 23rd July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

OATH AND AFFIRMATION OF ALLEGIANCE

The following Members made and subscribed the Oath of Allegiance:

Eddie Chabakola Kasukumya

Kalombo Thomson Mwansa

Debates- Wednesday, 24th July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY 

Wednesday, 24th July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

QUESTIONS

SENIOR OFFICERS’ CONTRACTS

31. Mr L. L. Phiri (Chipangali) asked the Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services:

(a)    how many senior officers in the following             institutions were serving on contract:

Debates-Thursday, 25th July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY 

Thursday, 25th July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER
 

ANNOUNCEMENT BY MR SPEAKER

DRESS CODE

Mr Speaker: I wish to inform the public, through this announcement, that in accordance with the Parliamentary Reforms, now, underway, the dress code for members of the public who come to attend the sittings of the House has been relaxed as follows:

Debates- Friday, 26th July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY 

Friday, 26th July, 2002

The House met at 0900 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

ANNOUNCEMENT BY MR SPEAKER

LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION IN THE HOUSE

Mr Speaker: I have an announcement to make on a matter that will now have been explained to this House the fourth time since 1964. Hon. Members, I have …

Mr Kabaghe stood by the door.

Debates- Tuesday, 30th July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY

Tuesday, 30th July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

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QUESTIONS

DEFILEMENT CASES

81. Mr L. L. Phiri (Chipangali) asked the hon. Minister of Home Affairs:

(a)    how many defilement cases were recorded between January, 2000, and May, 2002, and how many offenders were prosecuted;

(b)    how many of these cases involved girls from the age of 2 to 15;

Debates- Wednesday, 31st July, 2002

DAILY PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES FOR THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH ASSEMBLY

Wednesday, 31st July, 2002

The House met at 1430 hours

[MR SPEAKER in the Chair]

NATIONAL ANTHEM

PRAYER

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MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

MILLENNIUM VILLAGE UNDER THE PRESIDENTIAL HOUSING INITIATIVE

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