Minister of Justice Given Lubinda says his Ministry has started identifying clauses in the constitution that need to be amended.
Mr Lubinda says the exercise is important for the harmonization of the country’s legislation.
He says the ministry has a backlog of pieces of legislation that need amendments in line with the amended constitution.
Mr Lubinda says the ministry is keen on ensuring that a new and more effective method of administration is reflected in the legislation.
The Minister also says its government’s desire that every Zambian has access to improved legislative pieces.
He said this when he received Zambia Law Development Commission’s reports in Lusaka.
And Zambia Legal Development Commission chairperson Roydah Kaoma said the commission is committed to carrying out its mandate to review and develop laws.
Justice Kaoma said the laws should meet the changing needs of Zambians.
She noted that the country has a number of pieces of legislation that need to be reviewed because they are old.