Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter
The Ninth Parliament of Zimbabwe, which was sworn in on Wednesday, has its work cut out as it should come up with legislation to speed up economic revival and also align outstanding laws with the Constitution. Political analysts who spoke to The Herald said Parliament had no room for unnecessary squabbles.
Mr Tafadzwa Mugwadi said the Ninth Parliament should leave a legacy of championing the country’s development.
“The Ninth Parliament must take pride in having a democratically elected Head of State and Government who means business, which is a departure from the Eighth Parliament, which although vibrant, failed to leave footprints of development,” he said.