The Zambia Center for Interparty Dialogue (ZCID) has urged politicians in the country not to relate with each other as if they are at war.
ZCID Executive Director Horrance Chilando says his organization is concerned with the way politicians are engaging each other saying it is not a healthy way of doing politics.
Mr. Chilando said politicians should know that people are the ones who send them in office and they will be judged from their conduct.He said the people do not expect politicians to be emotional as it is now in Zambia and should always desist from insulting each other in public.
He told QFM News in a telephone interview that politics is a game expecting a winner and a loser and that those who lose should not be bitter but sit down and come up with a better plan of winning.
The ZCID Executive Director has since urged both the ruling party and the opposition to be civil in the way they relate with each other.