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People driven, popularised constitutionalism in Zambia

People driven, popularised constitutionalism in Zambia

August 24
17:20 2017

By CiSCA Chairperson Bishop John Mambo

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Bishop John Mambo

John H. Mambo Chairperson – #CivilSocietyConstitutionAgenda #CiSCA

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1. The Minister of Higher Education must, with immediate effect, lift the suspension of all students’ union activities at the affected universities so that life at these institutions of high learning is restored to normal;
2. The DPP should not use her powers to protect state officers from facing the due process of the law when sued by private citizens, except when it is clear that the actions are in the interests of the public rather than those in power or office. Her actions are a clear indication of impunity and raises questions of ethics and morality in our judicial system – both the letter and spirit of our laws are being wantonly disregarded; and
3. The Attorney General must play his role as a chief legal advisor to and legal representative of the government and representing public officials in matters that the state has interest in. To this end, the ministers who enjoyed the benefits of being a mister at the time that parliaments was dissolved should be represented by private legal practitioners and not by the AG.
Issued by: John H. Mambo Chairperson – #CivilSocietyConstitutionAgenda #CiSCA

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