Mrs. Wina says the Barotseland Agreement requires discussion among stakeholders.
The Vice President pointed out that President Edgar Lungu has guided that the issue of the Barotseland is not dead and will be discussed at the right time.
She said this in response to a question raised by the Lukulu West Member of Parliament Misheck Mutelo who sought the way forward on the Barotseland Agreement.
And Monze Central MP, Jack Mwiimbu also wanted to find out why the government has failed to honour the promise on the Barotseland Agreement.
Mrs. Wina however said the issue will be discussed by government and other stakeholders.
Meanwhile, Mrs Wina says it is unfortunate that some people are bent on undermining the operations of the Electoral Commission of Zambia-ECZ.
Mrs. Wina says the ECZ is a highly respected institution that should be allowed to freely carry out its mandate.
And the Vice President has reiterated that the commission has not yet chosen the company to print ballot papers for the 2016 general election.
Mrs. Wina was responding to Kabompo West Member of parliament Ambrose Lufuma who wanted to find out why the commission has insisted on printing ballot papers in Dubai despite the cost and opposition from most stakeholders.
Mr Lufuma also wanted to find out why government wants to take the printing of ballot papers to Dubai instead of using the printing company that has been used before in South Africa.
The Vice President however, added that the ECZ is an independent institution that should be trusted to handle the elections.
Meanwhile, Mpongwe MP Gabriel Namalumbe also wanted to find out why the commission is opting to use the printing company in Dubai which is going at a high cost yet the commission has not yet paid the people that were engaged in the voter registration exerc
The vice president however said there was no connection between the non-payment of the people that were engaged by ECZ in the voter registration exercise and the selection of the printing company.
Mrs Wina urged people to desist from politicking over the printing of the ballot papers saying the commission will carry out a transparent process in choosing the printing company.