Justice Minister, Ngosa Simbyakula today met members of the Grand Coalition on the campaign for a people driven constitution.
Dr. Simbyakula met the members of the coalition led by chairperson, Leonard Chiti in Lusaka.
The Justice Minister has told ZNBC news in Lusaka today that the meeting was cordial.
Dr. Simbyakula says government will continue engaging the grand coalition and various stakeholders on the constitution making process.
Grand Coalition for a people driven constitution has charged that Zambians have lost confidence in the ability of government to enact a good constitution.
The Coalition has since challenged government to come clean on the constitution making process in view of this lost confidence by the Zambian people. Grand Coalition Chairperson Father Leonard Chiti has told a media briefing in Lusaka this morning that the Coalition maintains its rejection of government’s decision to enact the constitution in piecemeal through Parliament.
Fr Chiti says it is amazing how government has thrown away its own created draft roadmap in which it stated that it will make consultations with stakeholders on the constitution making process.