Representatives of people demanding release of draft constitution in Pictures

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Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya blows a whistle against the government's refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution
Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya blows a whistle against the government’s refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution

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Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya distributes red cards against the government's refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution
Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya distributes red cards against the government’s refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution

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Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya flashes a red card against the government's refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution.
Alliance for Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya flashes a red card against the government’s refusal to release the Zambian draft constitution.

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Alliance for Democracy and Development president Charles Milupi delivering his speech
Alliance for Democracy and Development president Charles Milupi delivering his speech

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A man with a copy of the documentation that had proposals on how best to handle the constitution making process in Zambia
A man with a copy of the documentation that had proposals on how best to handle the constitution making process in Zambia

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Zambian muslim Women raise a placard during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Zambian muslim Women raise a placard during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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An activist appending a signature to a petition for the demand of the release of the draft Zambian constitution
An activist appending a signature to a petition for the demand of the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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A woman hoists a placard during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
A woman hoists a placard during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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A woman from the UPND displays a placard, demanding for the inclusion of the 50 plus one percent clause in the draft Zambian constitution
A woman from the UPND displays a placard, demanding for the inclusion of the 50 plus one percent clause in the draft Zambian constitution

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A woman chants logans during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
A woman chants logans during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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A political activist and her bay takes a break from activities outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross
A political activist and her baby take a break from activities outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for President Michael Sata on the draft Zambian constitution
An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for President Michael Sata on the draft Zambian constitution

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An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for President Michael Sata on the draft Zambian constitution.
An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for President Michael Sata on the draft Zambian constitution.

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An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba
An activist hoists a placard with scribblings for Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba

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Bishop John Mambo following proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution
Bishop John Mambo following proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution

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Disability and HIV-AIDS activist Elijah Ngwale talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Disability and HIV-AIDS activist Elijah Ngwale talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia executive director Pukuta Mwanza follows proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution
Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia executive director Pukuta Mwanza follows proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution

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Forum for Democracy and Development spokesperson Antonio Mwanza stresses a point during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Forum for Democracy and Development spokesperson Antonio Mwanza stresses a point during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Heritage Party leader Brigadier General Geodfrey Miyanda makes a speech
Heritage Party leader Brigadier General Geodfrey Miyanda makes a speech

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Human rights activist Brebner Changala delivering his message
Human rights activist Brebner Changala delivering his message

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Mrs Makota, senior citizen following proceedings during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Mrs Makota, senior citizen following proceedings during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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MMD vice president Dr Michael Kaingu delivers a speech
MMD vice president Dr Michael Kaingu delivers a speech

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MMD member Nason Msoni arrives at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross
MMD member Nason Msoni arrives at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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MMD die hard youth leader Bowman Lusambo captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the Zambian draft constitution.
MMD die hard youth leader Bowman Lusambo captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the Zambian draft constitution.

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Messages demanding a good constitution pasted on trees outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross
Messages demanding a good constitution pasted on trees outside the Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Lost but found...former Katuba MP Jonas Shakafuswa captured in the audience at the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Lost but found…former Katuba MP Jonas Shakafuswa captured in the audience at the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Law Association of Zambia vice president George Chisanga cools off with a bottle of mineral water after delivering a speech on behalf of his organisation
Law Association of Zambia vice president George Chisanga cools off with a bottle of mineral water after delivering a speech on behalf of his organisation

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National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo delivers a speech during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo delivers a speech during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo following proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution.
National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo following proceedings during the meeting to demand for the release of the draft Zambia constitution.

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NGOCC chairperson Beatrice Grillo talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
NGOCC chairperson Beatrice Grillo talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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One man party...Heritage Party president Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda arrives for the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Heritage Party president Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda arrives for the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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One of the guards for UPND president Hakainde Hichilema on alert during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
One of the guards for UPND president Hakainde Hichilema on alert during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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One of the leaders fromthe Islamic Council of Zambia makes a speech during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution.
One of the leaders fromthe Islamic Council of Zambia makes a speech during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution.

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One of the placards with a message to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba on the draft Zambian constutition
One of the placards with a message to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba on the draft Zambian constutition

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Students from institutions of higher learning sing solidarity songs during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution.
Students from institutions of higher learning sing solidarity songs during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution.

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Students from institutions of higher learning chanting slogans during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Students from institutions of higher learning chanting slogans during the gathering the demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Some of the political party leaders captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Some of the political party leaders captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Some of journalists captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Some of journalists captured during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Senior Journalist Kellys Kaunda captured at work during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Senior Journalist Kellys Kaunda captured at work during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Satirist Roy Clarke captured during the gathering a demand for the release of the Zambian constitution held at the Cathdral of the Holy Cross
Satirist Roy Clarke captured during the gathering a demand for the release of the Zambian constitution held at the Cathdral of the Holy Cross

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Political activist Dante Saunders delivers a speech during the gathering to demand for the release of the Zambian constitution
Political activist Dante Saunders delivers a speech during the gathering to demand for the release of the Zambian constitution

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UPND Bweengwa MP Highvie Hamududu follows events during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
UPND Bweengwa MP Highvie Hamududu follows events during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema confers with Alliance for Better Zambia leader Father Frank Bwalya
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema confers with Alliance for Better Zambia leader Father Frank Bwalya

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema gestures to the audience during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema gestures to the audience during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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UPND vice president Dr Canicius Banda follows proceedings on the constitution demand gathering
UPND vice president Dr Canicius Banda follows proceedings on the constitution demand gathering

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UPND youths carry a placard to demand for the referendum as the mode of adopting the controversial draft constitution
UPND youths carry a placard to demand for the referendum as the mode of adopting the controversial draft constitution

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Zambians from different walks of life raise placards with messages to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Zambians from different walks of life raise placards with messages to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Zambian reggae singer Maiko Zulu talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Zambian reggae singer Maiko Zulu talking during the meeting that was held to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Zambia Episcopal Coneference representative Father Chiti makes a speech
Zambia Episcopal Coneference representative Father Chiti makes a speech

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Youths from political parties chant slogans during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution
Youths from political parties chant slogans during the gathering to demand for the release of the draft Zambian constitution

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Women's righst activist Sara Longwe delivering a speech
Women’s righst activist Sara Longwe delivering a speech

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Women for Change executive director Emily Sikazwe captured during the gathering to demand for a good Zambian constitution
Women for Change executive director Emily Sikazwe captured during the gathering to demand for a good Zambian constitution

47 Comments

  1. 1 flag Muletasha

    BALIMUCHIBE BA SATA

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    1. 1.1 flag Mopao Mokonzi Wa Zabanga

      Sitting African Presidents are the main causers of wars and confusion on the African continent. Why should a few corrupt, greed and selfish PF criminals hijact a document that belongs to the Zambian people? This lunatic at state house promised Zambian people a constituion in 90 days, now the fo.o.l changes all of sudden just because it now suits him. May rot in hell Sata after you check out.

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    2. 1.2 flag mbiji

      Great pictures.Didn’t realise it was so well represented! The Zambians have spoken.Keep the pressure up! We support you. No Kaponya is going to steal our childrens future.PF you come to us with Pangas and machetes but we come to you in the name of the Lord God,whose name you have defied.He shall deliver you into our hands.

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    3. 1.3 flag Bwana Mkubwa

      WE, THE PEOPLE OF ZAMBIA …
      DO HEREBY SOLEMNLY ADOPT AND GIVE TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION

      Defence of Constitution
      2. Every person has the right and duty to –
      (a) defend this Constitution; and
      (b) resist or prevent a person from overthrowing, suspending or illegally abrogating this Constitution.

      So It is US and NOT the PF Govt that has the power. We shall demand for what belongs to US.

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    4. 1.4 flag Kaunda square stage 1

      Mukalanda mukanaka. The zambian people have known Sata for a very long time. He is very staborn. He will release the constitution when he feels like it and come 2016, he’s still going to win the election.

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    5. 1.5 flag Nostradamus

      Pic#6 , those Islamic women are hot, so ****!!

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    6. 1.6 flag Chibamba

      Respect to the Islamic Women, so dignified, self contented and attractive.. On the other hand its lovely to see that the reckless regime is beginning to be isolated and that the PIGS are now certainly feeling the intensity of the rising FLAMES…

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    7. 1.7 flag abeenaaa!

      Chumbu Munshololwa/Chimbwi No Plan/Chipante Pante/Bufi etc

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  2. 2 flag Mopao Mokonzi Wa Zabanga

    Sitting African Presidents are the main causers of wars and confusion. Why should a few corrupt, greed and selfish PF criminals hijact a document that belongs to the Zambian people? This lunatic at state house promised Zambian people a constituion in 90 days, now the fo.o.l changes all of sudden just because it now suits him. May rot in hell Sata after you check out.

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    1. 2.1 flag Odi bane !

      Micheal sata is just one day old on fb and already he has almost 10,000 likes already just in a number of hours.

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  3. 3 flag Umwina Chinsali

    This is good. Sata is playing with Zambians. He is a chief manipulator but this time around, he won’t manage. Let Sata and Kabimba give Zambians the constitution and not what they are doing. Cobra naka Justice Minister akaloshi, give us the constitution please.

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  4. 4 flag Rackba

    It is important for the PF government to listen to the people now before its too late. PF must remember that times are changing and that the people are no longer the same. Look at what is still happening in the Arab world. Lets avoid that because in such cases, there is no winner or loser. You came to power by pretending that you are a man of action but what we see is worse than what MMD was doing.
    Late President Mwanawasa said and i quote: Better the devil you know than the Angel you don’t know. It was better with MMD than with PF.

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  5. 5 flag zico

    PATHETIC FOOLS KUYA BEBELE. 2016 ABASH RETRGRESIVE THINKING ABASH

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    1. 5.1 flag Peter

      SATA IS CLEVER. WHILE WHILE THIS IS GOING ON HE IS IN RURAL AREAS BUILDING ROADS, AND IN THE UK AND US NEGOTIATING FOR THE NATIONAL AIRLINE. CATCH ME IF YOU CAN.

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  6. 6 flag TheEngineer(Australia)

    I smell 1991…

    Ukwa must have realised that making noise in opposition is different from governing a country… 2016 will be sweet

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  7. 7 flag PanAfricanist

    100 speakers .one message…why can’t one guy speak…Zedians like cameras…

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    1. 7.1 flag Bwana Mkubwa

      It is called “stressing the point” least your cunning and manipulative Panga Family dismiss it as only one-man cause.

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  8. 8 flag Suntwe

    But Govt claims not to have received it. Cat and Mouse at play. Zambians must please wake up and smell the Coffee!! You’re being robbed.

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  9. 9 flag chib

    Adversity has its own advantages. What a way of uniting people from all walks of life.

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  10. 10 flag Malik Shikongo

    Good begging mother zambia, we are on right track, this serpent must fall

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  11. 11 flag Chanda Beu

    You can gather, scream, dance, jive and shout…….BOMA ni BOMA. We will give it you in our own time. Thank you!

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    1. 11.1 flag moses chelsea

      how dare you ,you think you own Zambia were you can do anthing you feel like
      minde you it`s us zambians who put you in office and we will be very glad to remove you

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    2. 11.2 flag moses chelsea

      ba chanda beu i think na mwamba ukupena if you think sata and PF can run zambian like a privat company. go to hell

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  12. 12 flag Concerned munthu

    Thank you for sharing memorable pictures -fighting for what rightfully belongs to the people

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  13. 13 flag Mumbulu

    Please avail the signature book for the demand on the internet for those who cannot reach the hard copy. We need this constitution come rain come drought, satan or no satan, kamibya or no kamibya, it should be there b4 2016 elections.

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  14. 14 flag THE SAINT

    Why is Sarah Longwe not referred to as Mrs Sarah Clark? Are they married or just living together with Roy Clarke?

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  15. 15 flag Albert Chinyama

    Bunch of losers representing their stomachs.

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  16. 16 flag Let me say this...........

    Some of these NGOs demanding change have never changed leadership since formation in the 1990s. Let us lead by example.

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  17. 17 flag Cycle Mata

    Maiko Zulu ameno awe sure……

    Otherwise nice representation………….

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  18. 18 flag Cindy

    The images are so funny, some names…….. Highvie Hamududu?!

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  19. 19 flag Euro

    LT you are doing well on the issue of the constitution, please keep it up and remind us of what this PF govt promised. I read in the british history a long time ago, one of the kings wanted to bypass parliament in his decision making and war broke out between those that wanted parliamentary consultation and those that supported the king. The king lost and power was restored to parliament.

    The same way all of us need to fight for this constitution which actually looks alright so far, not for our personal benefit, but for the future of Zambia, for our children and children’s children. The freedom we are enjoying now in developed countries was fought for by some people who did not live to enjoy that freedom.

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  20. 20 flag Nine Chale

    Getting the constitution is not the main problem. The real challenge will be in making sure that the country is governed by the constitution.

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    1. 20.1 flag Treetop

      Very dull, how do you make sure that the country is managed by the constitution when the constitution is not there in the first place. Wake up it is time for change.

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    2. 20.2 flag bystander

      @ Nine Chale. What an *****! I have observed in all comment that you try your hardest to sound wise and intelligent, which clearly you’re not. Nothing original comes from you. Its all limited to stating the obvious just show others that you have commented. My advise is, if you have nothing to say, just observe and learn.

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  21. 21 flag steve-C

    Fathers,bishops,priests and church elders pushing for this document are offside, let the people of the country push for it, am not against pushing for it, your job is to preach the gospel not politics, any one who can challenge me that politics and gospel can walk together show me the scripture from the bible.

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    1. 21.1 flag Euro

      What you mean is only the people of this country should push for the constitution. The “fathers, bishops, priests and church elders” are not of this country?

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    2. 21.2 flag Mokonzi

      Ba Steve C muli chipuba fye pamo ne chinenu chi Sata.

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  22. 22 flag Charles Zulu

    Could all these NGOs and ordinary folk have been bought by UPND (HH)?? Anyway we all know the answer to this. What goes around comes back again. Something has to give sooner rather than later. This is quite a bit of an embarrassment, big people should not lie, hey?? Shame.

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  23. 23 flag pompwe

    give us the document..we want our constitution..viva !!!!long live Zambia

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  24. 24 flag steve-C

    @mukunzi your tone shows how you fail to understand why don’t you bring a challenge,
    Jesus was in this world and He was rejected, he said am not of this world. therefore, the children of God are not of the world, if you are then I know your father.

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  25. 25 flag Mei Matungu

    Unity is power! This is a red card to the PF.

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    1. 25.1 flag Mei Matungu

      Fantastic solidarity by the Zambian people against these shameless gun-totting pirates who have hijacked the Constitution making process. The Constitution is not a PF Constitution but a Zambian Constitution. It doesn’t belong to the PF nor to the PF government. The New Constitution belongs to the people of Zambia and the Zambian people are in order to demand for it.

      Its the worst kind of robbery to steal the Constitution from the people. Must the whole country be held hostage by one demon?

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  26. 26 flag Constitution

    I warned you ALL at the general elections: it would be a grave mistake to vote for a ‘snake’ and turn a blind eye to honest and right thinking candidates. There you are now; the cobra is spitting venoms into your eyes. Do the right thing before it transmutes itself into a python and swallow the whole lot of ye.

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  27. 27 flag Chikubabe

    IMIMBULU……Do you know what they are??? at times they behave like ba mumbwe,waiting for hunter lion to kill and leave for them…Useless opposition leaders, how do you press for a document that you failed to produce in 20 years ba MMD?? muleumfwa ne nsoni.

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  28. 28 flag Tumbuka pride

    Very impressive unity and the gravity of mission shown here says zambians are serious about joining the community of respectable nations.Keep up the pressure on the selfish dictator and his opportunists.

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  29. 29 flag kapuli wa ng'ongo

    I CANNOT UNDERSTAND THAT ALL THIS HULLABALOO IS ABOUT A DRAFT DOCUMENT AND NOT THE REAL THING!

    ..I THOUGHT ZAMBIANS ARE CRYING THAT THE CIRUCULATION OF THE FINAL CONSTITUTION HAS BEEN DELAYED!!!

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  30. 30 flag Kaso

    Pic 42. Hard to believe an MP would let his teeth be that dirty…..

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