Mutesa hopes for legality in the suspension of judges
Zambians for Empowerment and Development Leader Fred Mutesa hopes that the suspension of the three judges by President Michael Sata has been done within the confines of the law.
Dr. Mutesa further hopes that the president had been given a sufficient legal counsel before taking what he termed drastic action.
The opposition leader has since challenged the Law Association of Zambia to avail to the nation the correct legal position on the matter.
Dr. Mutesa however, says that it is too early for his party to pass judgement on whether the decisions by President Sata is in line with the demands of justice or not.
Yesterday, President Michael Sata suspended the judges Philip Musonda, Niger mutuna and Charles Kajimanga to pave way for investigations into the allegations of corrupt practices by the three judges.
And as Zambia joins the rest of the world in the Labor Day celebrations, Dr. Mutesa has called for harmonization of relations among the employers, employees and government in the country.
Dr. Mutesa adds that doing so ensure that decision that serve interests of all the parties concerned are taken into consideration.
Dr. Mutesa has also urged the government to quickly finalise the revision of the minimum wage in the country.