“The Junior Parliament of Zimbabwe is more organised than its mother parliament. I wouldn’t want to say much about our cabinet,” Chamisa said. He commended young parliamentarians for the issues they researched and brought to parliament. He also hailed their excellent parliamentary debates.
Chamisa said that unlike the senior august house, the country’s JuniorParliament did not have a history of violence. “We appreciate what the young parliamentarians are doing. They are actually setting an exemplary precedent for their seniors in the country’s august house,” said Chamisa.