Zimbabwe will proceed with a constitutional referendum despite the chaotic preparations and problems that has plagued its drafting.
Zimbabwe's draft constitution, where it has been available, has been greeted by widespread cynicism and apathy in the country.
Zimbabwe's electoral commission is completely unprepared for the upcoming referendum, say insiders.
It has taken more than three years for Zimbabwean politicians to agree on a draft constitution, but voters now only have three weeks to study it.
Zimbabwe's major parties could endorse the draft constitution after finally coming to an agreement on contentious issues that stalled the process.
Zimbabwe has edged closer to staging elections this year after major parties struck a deal on the outstanding issues stalling the draft constitution.