You Cna’t Get Answer Right From Wrong Formula: Zimbabwe’s Constitution-Making

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Zimbabwe is in the process of drawing up a new constitution to replace the Lancaster House Agreement of 1979. But, as Munjodzi Mutandiri writes, this has been a unilateral government process where rallies to consult people have been disrupted by violence. Such a constitution cannot address the needs of future generations.

 

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