Zimbabwe is governed under the 1979 constitution as amended. The president, who is both head of state and head of government, is popularly elected for a six-year term; there are no term limits. There is a bicameral Parliament. The 93-seat Senate, which was reestablished in 2005, has 60 elected members, 5 members appointed by the president, 10 provincial governors, and 18 traditional tribal chiefs. The House of Assembly has 210 members, all of whom are elected. Members in each body serve five year terms. Administratively, Zimbabwe is divided into eight provinces and two cities (Bulawayo and Harare) with provincial status.
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