Pictures: Mugabe opens parliament

President Robert Mugabe today officially opened the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe.

In attendance were First Lady Grace Mugabe who was well dressed in a striped black and white suit with matching hairpieces and Vice President Joice Mujuru who was seated next to Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa.

 

Mugabe announced the new legislative agenda for MPs, and said there will be alignment of laws with the new constitution as well as crafting of new laws and policies, as well as setting up of a Commission of Inquiry to convert pension and insurance policy values from the now defunct local currency to United States dollars.

Look out for our complete parly report tomorrow but for now, here are the pictures.

Policemen arrive on horse backs.

President Robert Mugabe arrives at the opening of the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe.

President Robert Mugabe arrives at the opening of the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe.

Members of the Presidential guard stand outside the Parliament building.

Vapostori sing near Africa Unity Square in welcome of the president.

First Lady Grace Mugabe arrives at the opening of parliament.

The ZRP traditional dance group dance outside the parliament. building-001

Vice president Joice Mujuru arrives at the opening of parliament.

Members of Zanu PF Women's League sing outside parliament.

Airforce of Zimbabwe  traditional dance group dance outside parliament.

Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa sits next to vice president Joice Mujuru during the opening of parliament.

Water minister Saviour Kasukuwere has a laugh during the opening of parliament.

Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa is seen during the opening of parliament.

President Robert Mugabe opens parliament.

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