A Constitutional review or a joke?

The Presidential Commission of Inquiry on the review of the Constitution of Botswana has embarked on a series of public hearings regarding potential amendments.

The 19-member team led by former Chief Justice, Maruping Dibotelo has been going around the country holding Kgotla meetings to collate ideas, views and opinions of Batswana on whether the Constitution is still relevant. The consultations are specifically meant to find out whether the communities feel there is need to review certain clauses and perhaps add more should it be deemed necessary.

Upon completion of its enquiry, the Commission shall submit a report with recommendations to the State President not later than the end of September 2022.

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