UPND successfully files in Presidential Petition

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Constitutional Court Registry where the petition was filed in
Constitutional Court Registry where the petition was filed in

United Party for National Development (UPND) has successfully filed in a Presidential petition at the constitutional court in Lusaka this afternoon.

The UPND legal team filed in the petition this afternoon at the Supreme Court.

This morning, the court grounds were full of riot police in anticipation that hundreds of UPND cadres would accompany the legal team to file in the petition.

However, police officers later dispersed after it became apparent that the UPND had postponed the filing in on Monday next week.

When the legal team finally appeared at the Supreme Court grounds, the event passed off quietly without any commotion from party cadres and the police.

In the petition, the UPND states that President-Elect Edgar Lungu was fraudulently elected and as such his presidency elect status must be nullified.

The petition further states that there is need for a recount of the total votes cast across the country due to numerous irregularities that were gathered before, during and after the elections.

And the petition stipulates that President-elect Edgar Lungu and his running mate Inonge Wina must not be sworn in as dully elected, citing their allowance of cabinet minister’s stay in office even if the constitution did not permit.

The petitioners of the presidential elections are Mr Hakainde Hichilema, UPND President and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba.

According to the Constitution, under the constitutional court any presidential election that is said to be fraudulent with indisputable evidence must be nullified.

The constitution further states that once a petition is filed in by the claimants of victory for presidency, the Constitutional court must allow for a speaker or chief justice to act as President.

Copies of petition papers

Petition Papers

104 COMMENTS

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      Larry L Mweetwa, Bruce B. Bwalya & Royd Moonga these 3 thugs will soon face the law. These chaps are very careless in talking and if left un-checked can plunge this country into frames

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      There is overwhelming evidence. One is already shown on the document. The pesident kept his ministers in office illegaly and therefore had undue advantage over his competitors. That alone may be enough.

      Lets wait and see

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      Hollow hoax exercise Brought In Dead. Unfortunately emotions, envy and bitterness are no cure to the pain of death. Condolences happy mourning!

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      No date on document !! If this is how it was filed, then it is an inchoate document. It is incomplete and therefore invalid.
      Loo UPND.

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      @Pompi and ITALIAN unPRESIDENTIAL MATERIAL

      KKKKKK……..wansekesha, ati no date……lolest!!

      Bu layman is a problem……..ha ha ha ha!!!!

      any way, I am a learned so I will teach you some law pro bono. The court stamp (seal) is the date.

      And those that say Vincent is a Tonga lawyer…you damn right! He is State Counsel and was Chairman of the disciplinary committee that disbarred Lungu when he stole clients money.

      Ba Lungu legal team have war on their hands. Trust me. Tonga lawyers are exceptionally great. Dundumwezi baisa.

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      It is a simple and easy game ECL , I can tell you that with confidence .
      Look, whether UPND loses the petition or wins, it does not matter, what matters is that ECL is the president whichever way.
      The constitution does not provide for the court to declare any candidate a winner , it can only nullify. Therefore, ECL will continue as president through the first ballot if the UPND loses the petition.
      ECL will continue to rule country through the second ballot if the election is nullified, in which case I can tell UPND – guys with your HH, meet you at the polls.
      We promise that it will no longer be ECL and his team to campaign, but every voter will negotiate with every registered voter to turn out in the numbers never seen in the history of our mother Zambia.
      Hasbands will campaign to…

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      Hasbands will campaign to their wives, wives to their husbands, couples to their neighbours, children to their friends, neighborhoods to their nearest neibourhoods, etc until everyone is reached.
      The goal will not be to defeat HH, because he will not be a factor as usual, but to defeat apathy, and in so doing HH’s defeat will be merely a side-effect.
      On that day HH will know that PF supporters have been very linient on him all along – Mark my words!!!

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      This is childish to say the least! What a waste of people’s time. HH should be removed from the leadership of UPND. He’s a disgrace.

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      Hopelessly written article; the petition is in one instance filed in at the Constitutional Court and in another at the Supreme Court, then not filed at all – will be done NEXT week????????

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      @5 Nono, you are right! The very reason the court will rule in “PUBLIC INTEREST”. The implications of reversing an election are too huge and too many such that even those petitioning may get hurt in the process!

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    Constitutional experts, don your thinking caps! It’s about to get exciting! I hope Prof. P. Mvunga is part of the legal team.

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      CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) [NO.2OF 2016]

      ELECTION PETITION
      103. (1) A person may, within seven days of the declaration of a President-elect, petition the Constitutional Court to nullify the election of the President-elect on the ground that—
      (a) the person was not validly elected; or
      (b) a provision of this Constitution or other law relating to presidential elections was not complied with.

      TRANSITION PERIOD BEFORE ASSUMING OFFICE
      104. (3) Where an election petition is filed against the incumbent, under Article 103(1), or an election is nullified, under Article 103(3) (b), the Speaker shall perform the executive functions, except the power to— (a)make an appointment; or (b) dissolve the National Assembly.

      My comment: The Court has been asked to pronounce itself on…

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    I voted for HH but voted yes in referendum. I also don’t support this petition as it’s not made in the interest of the nation morally. This is not about legality or what is allowed by law

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      So when should this provision be used ? and why should we have it? Read or listen to the issues raised before you make certain comments. Most of you talk as if you had people on the ground to provide evidence.
      However I agree with the judgement being in Public interest … because in the Cities if this judgement went any other way then PF cadres will be unleashed like Rabid dogs on the streets…. consider that they are even dying on the streets in celebration !!

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    The amended constitution in 105 (2)(a) states:

    The President-elect shall be sworn into office on the Tuesday
    following—the seventh day after the date of the declaration of the
    presidential election results, if no petition has been filed
    in accordance with Article 103; or
    (b) the seventh day after the date on which the Constitutional
    Court declares the election valid.

    The inauguration announcements appear a little premature.

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    UPND has only 55 Mps, while PF has 87 Mps, UPND won only in 4 provinces while PF won in 6 provinces. And UPND wants to claim the presidency even when they don’t have numbers to function in parliament, this tantamount to declaring a constitutional crisis and even a war, if people in 6 provinces where PF won react the way UPND is burning houses and businesses of PF supporters in Southern Province. Watch out, don’t dare the majority groupings who are now quiet for the sake of peace. HH, Zambia is far bigger than you, don’t overstretch people’s patience.

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      @10 Titus Mulenga, point of correction PF won in 6.5 Provinces and UPND in 3.5 as Central Province was shared!!

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      Remember there are more constituencies in Eastern,Muchinga, Luapula and Northern provinces than North Western,Western and Southern province combined…So the playing field is uneven from the start.

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      All MPs who saved as Ministers and Deputy ministers who have won fresh mandate in the previous election may lose their seats.

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    Good. Now let those judges at the ConCourt earn their salaries. Let them give guidance to the nation.

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    OKAY. These are daydreamers and failures in life (HH and GBM). They want to nullify ECL and mama IW because of the irregularities then they say to recount the votes which one?

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    These are very weak grounds for a credible petition. These lawyers are wasting time and chewing free money from the under five – HH. This petition will be thrown out because during the counting and totalling of ballot papers there was representation from all parties concerned including UPND. The figures were agreed upon by all stakeholders. Cumon guys grow up and show leadership and not show childishness.

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      That is very true. If the representatives signed on what r the grounds? Also the question of cabinets ministers, wasn’t this allowed by another court earlier? If upnd did not agree to ministers being in office why did they agree to participate in the election?

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      @15 Zillion and @15.1 Nono, good observations and in fact one of the irregularities is that UPND interfered in the procedures,chasing ECZ vehicles,stealing ballot boxes and physically assorting ECZ officers and PF Polling agents. All that evidence will be also point back to UPND and be used to accuse them of wanting to abuse the court process! Let us wait and see!

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      I would like to appeal to all Zambians and bloggers PF, UPND etc. What has been transpiring past few days is no joke. The fabric and backbone of any nation is its justice system. When you don’t respect your own laws you are asking for trouble. What’s sad is how we don’t pay attention to the systems we are creating hh and Edgar won’t be around in distant future and our great grandchildren will be asking why we left such a Zambia. We, and not the politicians, embraced vote buying some time back. Then cadreism recently and today we are asking why there is violence regardless of party affiliation. Today we are slagging off and belittling an election petition which the incumbent govt themselves enforced to promote democracy. THERE also seems to be a misunderstanding of What Peace is…

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      I cant agree with you more. Where were the UPND representatives during the counting?

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    Frankly speaking however, I am skeptical UPND will be able to achieve their desired remedy. The Constitution in the provision dealing with election petition states in 103 (4):

    A decision of the Constitutional Court under clause (3) is
    final.

    With the influence that is allegedly exerted over the Court, this may simply be a ploy in allowing UPND to exhaust all avenues when there is no true intent to adjudicate.

    After that there is nothing more UPND can do.

    One phrase I stick by before any election is “Wina azalila”. It always proves to be true.

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      @impartial….I totally agree with you, I dont see independence of the courts in this case

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    I can believe how swallow this petition is
    Cabinet ministers cannot cause a recount!!
    THIS MUST BE A BIG JOKE
    This could even explain his petion to BBC
    By the way the date is on the court stamp

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    Lawyers should sometimes have some sense of shame. You are just making money out of HH and GBM’s emotions.

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    Cant Never. Courts don’t vote to declare losers as winners.
    . How possible is it that with over 90 Mps plus 10 independents on your side you can lose the presidential. The voting is partisan and tribal as dundumwezi shows.
    1. State in your petition how many Mps you won. Otherwise fishing in the bath tab.
    This can only happen with those with questionable education and GBM is contagious. Lawyers make your money from these rich f00ls.

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      Very possible Sata won with 48 mps. No one is above the law bwana.meanwhile more pop corns.Bola ni last wistle.Paka litente ba kamba.UPND the club with brains not muscles only.

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    I cannot believe how shallow This petition is
    This guy could not explain his petition on BBC

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    I doubted the petition would go ahead bcoz of postponements now it is good it has been done! I can only congratulate the UPND on this feat since they have avoided what Sylvia Masebo wanted – mobs of cadres inconveniencing normal running of business when things are return to normal after elections. Rally for now ended on 10th August. It would be good if the petition will be screened live on public and privately owned media and advise people (cadres ) to stay away. This is something very sensitive and we wish all people even those far from Lusaka can be given chance to know what the real issues are! However, a recount countrywide unless one has evidence country wide! Couldn’t be worse if the Petitioners’ party has been caught with some irregularities?

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    No person in his or her right sense can support a hardcore,swindler and a Chakolwa.Fact

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    No person in his or her right sense can support a hardcore swindler and a Chakolwa.Fact

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    I HONESTLY DO NOT BELIEVE THAT THOSE LAWYERS ARE IGNORANT OF THE FACT THAT HH LOST IN A CLEAN GAME. THERE ARE ONLY TWO GROUNDS THEY CAN GO AHEAD WITH SUCH A PETITION:
    1. PRIDE. THEY DONT JUST WANT UPND TO LOSE ‘QUIETLY’
    2. MONEY. THIS IS A HIGH PROFILE CASE. HH AND GBM HAVE PUMPED IN A LOT OF MONEY. LAWYERS WANT TO CASH IN ON THIS ONE.
    SO DO NOT BE MISTAKEN. THESE LAWYERS KNOW WHICH SIDE OF BREAD HAS BUTTER.

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    Zambians are sheep, very passive and will never join the future as long as Lungu and Mugabe run their country. That is why there is high unemployment with the young people graduating to become maids and security gurads. You have an economist that wants to move Zambia forward, but like sheep as always, they want to remain backwards. Also, the AU observers sat at the intercontinental hotel eating and drinking and collecting their stipend and they want to say the election was fair.

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      @26 Moses, there is no proof that HH was going to run the country better! His plans of what they wanted do is a subset of what PF is already doing and he never explained well how he was going to ensure he could do things better bcoz his claims were never backed by solid figures – a true opposite of what Mazoka did who even made alternative budgets to show everybody a better way to do things! Youth unemployment is a continental challenge and did not start with Lungu. It requires all of us to get involved to address including the opposition! The AU Observers including those you have not mentioned are credible and a few weeks before elections HH wrote to their mother bodies seeking their help with hope that they would come to Zambia opinionated by his filthy letters! He just lost!

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    The big issue here is to ensure the integrity of the electoral process in Zambia. If people lose faith in it then the country will follow the same disastrous path that many African countries have followed. Democracy should be protected. There is no better way of resolving disputes in society than through laws we make for ourselves.

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    When it is accepted, the date will be there . Bembas think backwards. Muvunga will try and get his share of the Bemba fees but he is past his prime and should just go sit down somewhere,. Priscilla and the court are all Lungu stooges, trying to get daily nshima. NO integrity.

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    Zambia has always been an exemplary democratic nation in Africa. I hope this trend will continue. Those who think petitions of this kind are a waste of time should start advocating for the amendment of the constitution to remove those provisions that allow for such petitions.

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      Very constructive contribution my friend. It appears people here do not understand what the constitution is.

      Here is an example: if you commit a traffic offense, the Police are mandated under the constitution to prosecute you i.e. make you pay a fee or go to prison for a specified time. If you steal, it is the same constitution which determines your fate. Note that during these cases, everyone will be referring to the constitution.

      Question is: Why in this case, should people think that it is a waste of time??? The same constitution has provided for these petitions. The people of Zambia funded this document, The Constitution, through payment of tax!

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    Its UPND’s constitutional right to petition. However, will UPND accept and respect a decision of Constitutional Court which is not in their favour just like that of ECZ with similar status and autonomy? The ECZ, Zambia Police, RTSA, ZRA, Public media, etc have long been called PF biased statutory bodies. How will Constitutional Court be different from the rest? This may just bring about further tensions.

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      No my friend. There is the principal of res judicata which brings finality to disputes. Once the Constitutional Court pronounces itself, everyone is bound. There is no recourse. It is finished.

      The beauty of this move is that it will once and for all set up elections jurisprudence. That is the beauty of this new constitution. Thank you ECL for signing it into law. Now selako ba Speaker, Hon Dr Justice P Matibini SC babombe ko.

      This is Zambia not Uganda or Zimbabwe. We are the land of the proud and free!!

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      How about:

      Stand and sing of split Zambia, proud and free,
      Land of work and joy in separation,
      Victors in the struggle for the split,
      We’ve won freedom’s split.
      Zambia separated, strong and free.

      One land and two nation is our cry,
      Dignity and peace ‘neath Africa’s sky,
      We have won freedoms fight, all back to their lands.

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    Ingla Joshua’s proffecy will be vindicated.HH is the victor.The hand of God will scater them and break them to pieces.Meanwhile Matibini is acting president.

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      He’s still ruling President Edgar Lungu using his mandate from the previous elections until he hands over to the next President Elect…There’s no where in the constitution where the Speaker will hand over to the President Elect…That’s Substance over form. ..

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    Yaya
    ya. Koma nkalidwe yamu komboni, nikumango suppoter, chonse chomwe chanenedwa. A pf mwatimvetsa chisoni nditudi.

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    Thus why Sata told off those AU Observers that they Just come here for a Holiday. With some crook entering the server room at ECZ they couln’t blow the whistle.. after that they say the elections wee fair..unbelivable!

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    Let’s have a rerun and teach these kachema a lesson. We’re not going to be outdone by Dundumwenzi

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      Elections in southern Province were rigged, Dundumwezi which is the National Park producing Over 30,000 votes beating some constituencies in C/B, That’s unbeleivable

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    This now about facts, the electoral law and procedures. If ECZ did not follow the procedures then will be found wanting. Fair enough that UPND is praying for a vote recount. Thats the only way to find out how the vote was stolen.Well done to the UPND Legal Team. It now feels better to be Zambian.

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      But they raised our expectations when they said they had evidence. Now they are just asking the courts to order the recount. I thought they would say ECZ and PF did ABCZ. Like the case of allowing the Minister. That is a clear case for courts to determine. Not just asking the court to recount.

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    With the seeds planted in this year’s elections. It will be very hard in future to have any credible elections in Zambia. We have formally joined the club of African elections drama. Just remember this fact.

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      Did we ever leave that club? The answer is no! Only great thing is that we have a constitution court.

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    TRUTH BE TOLD, BOTH PF AND UPND RIGGED THESE ELECTIONS.ITS JUST THAT THE OTHER ONE STOLE A LITTLE MORE THAN THE OTHER.CONFIRMED REPORTS FROM SHUSHUSHUZ SHOW THAT ABOUT 39 PEOPLE WHO CAST THEIR VOTES IN DUNDUMWEZI ARE DECEASED-THIS IS CONFIRMED WITH DEATH CERTIFICATES FROM THE HOSPITALS.SO YOU SEE, HOW DID THEY RESSURECT TO COME AND VOTE THEN GO BACK TO THE GRAVE???????????????????????????????WHAT IS WRONG IS WRONG REGARDLESS OF WHO HAS DONE IT

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    Door for anyone from Tongaland to be president is permanently shut for another 100 years. Can’t be ruled by bitter whining souls.

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    The easiest case that gave the constitutional court judges a world brand name. Those judges will be appointed to serve in international courts after this case. Watch and see how the rule of law got restored to the streets of Zambia. Those that advocate or anticipate violence will be shocked. Wait and see after the ruling you will realise that we have well trained police officers in Zambia. The police will become so energised like you have never witnessed before. There will be tranquil in the streets. Some noise maybe made during the recount of votes but after that it will be real celebrations and not what you witnessed at woodlands stadium where people where being ferried to go there. The PF leaders know exactly what is coming and the president has accepted the outcome. It’s only…

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    For Mr. Lungu I say sir try to resist guidance from people that are not sober. It’s not too late to retire with some respect of a former head of state. Yes there maybe some noise about some issues and maybe even court cases but these will be dispersed off with some state compensation for Mapenzi nothing more. You will then start enjoying the benefits Mr. RB is enjoying right now. However, the route you have continued to take may really end in shame and further distress for you and your family in the end. Guide the nation and accept to follow the law and move out quietly and be respected.

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    OUR BROTHERS IN UPND WERE VERY OVERCONFIDENT OF WINNING. THEY THOUGHT PRICES OF M/MEAL, LOAD DHEDDING, JOB LOSSES IN THE MINES WILL HELP THEM. TO THEIR SHOCK THE ZAMBIANS DID NOT TAKE THAT STORY.
    A RE-RUN WILL NOT CAUSE THE PEOPLE OF DUNDUMWEZI TO CHANGE THEIR VOTING PATTERN NOR WILL IT CHANGE THE VOTING PATTERN OF PEOPLE OF KANYAMA. CHAWAMA, MATERO, PETAUKE.
    UPND MUST ENSURE THAT THEY SEND ELECTORAL AGENTS WHO ARE LITERATE AT POLLING STATIONS, WHO KNOW HOW TO COUNT BALLOT PAPERS NOT JUST KNOWING HOW TO COUNT COWS ENTERING A KRAAL.

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    I want to understand the status of Dr. Matibini speaker in the previous sitting of parliament. Is Dr. Matibini still speaker or not? If he is what is the status of the MPs in the previous sitting of parliament, are they still MPs or not? Dr. Matibini to become speaker was nominated by Mr. Sata. In other words for him to continue, he must further be nominated by someone especially the presidential candidate who wins an election. Then members of parliament will have to decide if they still want him to continue or not? But since president Lungu’s election is under dispute and since Dr. Matibini has not been nominated, why are we still calling him speaker? Can General Miyanda help here since our Lawyers all appear to be silent? From my layman’s understanding Dr. matibini cannot act as…

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    Chief Justice seems like the most likely person to run the nation, since parliament was dissolved.

    Viva President Nawakwi, who got 0 votes in her own village.

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    WITH OR WITHOUT PETITION, PRESIDENT EDGAR LUNGU TO BE SWORN IN ON TUESDAY. Article 105 statesthat “The president elect shall be sworn in on a Tuesday seven days after being declared president elect … if there is no petition filed under ARTICLE 103. This is the only typeof petition which can prevent the Chief Justice from swearing in the president elect. The petition under Article 103 deals with the petition arising out of a SECOND BALLOT (RERUN) only. Now that president Lungu’s election is not being petitioned in the Second ballot but in the INITIAL BALLOT (FIRST ROUND), he will be sworn in as President on Tuesday.. The only petition which a FIRST ROUND president elect can be subjected to is the one provided for under Article 101. But this petition (under article 101) … is not…

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    @Juito Chalipi 33.1, I agree with you the Constitutional Court is the final court of appeal just like the Supreme Court and the referee of a game whose whistle is final. The electorates where the victors of the game and ECZ was the referee of the match of elections, but here we are at Constitutional Court and in streets beating people, burning property and instilling fear to citizens, residents and visitors alike as if the sole decider (electorate) hasn’t spoken just because we have no respect for electorate and ECZ. What will stop the Constitutional Court being labeled in similar way, especially that the electorate has no say in the proceedings. A popular leader emerges from the ballot box but not the courts of law where dictators emerge.

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    You were beaten on the election date and now we beating you in court. Cows never make sense.

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    I agree with all the right thinking bloggers on this matter. HH needs better advisors otherwise he risks losing sympaathy of the Zambian prople.

    Courts stand for PUBLIC INTEREST kwamana! Assuming the court ruled that HH won, there will be genocide in the nation hence the court cannot make such a ruling. HH cant see this????? Oh my God

    If they ruled for a re=run, this is a very expensive venture which will impact on the Zambian Kwacha losing strength and the economy slowing down. HH surely cant see that the court cannot make such a decision?

    PUBLIC INTEREST IS PARAMOUNT IN THIS CASE AND HH WILL NOT ACHIEVE ANYTHING BY GOING TO COURT. MCS (MHSRIEP) WAS INDEED A GREAT LEADER AND I HAVE ALOT OF RESPECT FOR MCS’S COUNSEL ON MATTERS OF PUBLIC INTEREST.
    Reply

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    CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) [NO.2OF 2016]

    ELECTION PETITION
    103. (1) A person may, within seven days of the declaration of a President-elect, petition the Constitutional Court to nullify the election of the President-elect on the ground that—
    (a) the person was not validly elected; or
    (b) a provision of this Constitution or other law relating to presidential elections was not complied with.
    TRANSITION PERIOD BEFORE ASSUMING OFFICE
    104. (3) Where an election petition is filed against the incumbent, under Article 103(1), or an election is nullified, under Article 103(3) (b), the Speaker shall perform the executive functions,
    ASSUMPTION OF OFFICE
    105 (2)(a) The President-elect shall be sworn into office on the Tuesday following —the seventh day after the date of the…

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      CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) [NO.2OF 2016]

      ASSUMPTION OF OFFICE
      105 (2)(a) The President-elect shall be sworn into office on the Tuesday following —the seventh day after the date of the declaration of the presidential election results, if no petition has been filed
      in accordance with Article 103;

      Details of Petition: Court has been asked to determine Articles 1, 2, 5. 9, 35, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 54, 60, 90, 91, 93, 101, 102, 103, 104, 118, 229, 267

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    Strange that up nd are now running to the same court they did not want, correct me if I am wrong.

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    6. ZAMBIA
    WHAT i see for Zambia is confusion, confusion, confusion. Lets pray for his economy, her money. Let’s pray for her elections which will be bloody. Let the body of Christ be united and pray for the country against violence. There will be too much of it both before and after the elections..

    God speaks to Zambia, “I love Zambia, therefore I chose myself a leader whom you rejected and you still want to reject him again but I will perform a miracle either through violence with organisations interventions or not but i will make it come to pass. If you want to fake my Word again, yes it will happen because of your evil but i will still finally make my Word come to pass.

    Prophet Austin Liabunya
    Prophet Austin Liabunya
    Because I have put the development of this country in his…

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    Because I have put the development of this country in his hands though you’re all blinded not knowing how I will bless this land through Hichilema and change the economy of this land through him completely to become the best!

    Wake up! Wake up! Oh my people! Open your eyes! For its time for your salvation! Don’t reject what I have chosen and given you! Says the Lord! You my Holy servants in Zambia, stand with him, pray for him for I will make him not to forget you! He shall promote you and grow your churches for I have put my FEAR in him but he shall be rejected!” says God, “I love Zambia!”

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    @ Mwits don’t deceive people with fake prophecies. Doesn’t your prophet know that HH is a mason and masons sacrifice human blood hence the violence HH incited when he instructed that his supporters should become active and not be docile. For your own information we know that even Christians have been blinded by tribalism in supporting HH. If you are sincere with yourself compare the votes HH got in Luapula, Northern, Muchinga and eastern to what Edgar was getting in southern province. And say truthfully where you think tribalism is very tilted. I wanted to vote for HH in 2015 but is masonic issue put me off. He sued Bishop Chomba after Kabwe incident but he withdrew the case for fear of being exposed. If HH is not a mason why didn’t he challenge bishop chomba’s claims that he drinks…

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    that he drinks human blood. If HH wants to be president of Zambia is should renounce masons otherwise takaimyange state house. Zambians are the ones developing the economy.MMD set a platform for economic development and PF have continued to open the country with road infrasture. Its shame that UPND supporters with degrees in economics condemn road developments but say they will bring economic development. How, without roads? Is a road only going to be road when it is built under HH presidency. Lets be serious. Please all those Christians inclined to HH on tribal lines please allow the blood of Jesus to work on you. Bwaba shani kanshi even the blood of Jesus is not being allowed to wash away tribalism.

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    There are only two possible outcomes from the court, and two predictable reactions from UPND :
    1) If they lose the petition UPND will insult the judges together wuth PF and ECL.
    2) if they win the petition the UPND will praise judges and the legal system.
    This is how UPND operates. They told the nation that if they win the elections then the elections will be said to be free and fair, but if, under the same environment, they lose then the ECZ is corrupt.
    Even now UPND will tell you that ECZ was very professional in southern, western and north-westen, but according to UPND, ECZ was corrupt in luapula, northern, eastern, muchinga, Lusaka and copperbelt.
    So, it is very easy to follow UPND’s thinking

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