SACCORD says the outcome of the ICC consultation process is an opportunity for the country to influence other African countries in championing reforms at the international court.
Speaking when made a presentation at the public forum on the ICC results held at Protea Hotels in Lusaka Humphrey Elekani who is SACCORD Board Member said the results gives the Zambian government mandate to help other African countries that may have problems with the ICC in fighting for reforms.
Mr Elekani explained that it was important that the country position ita self as important stakeholder in helping to fight for reforms at the international level.
He said the Zambian government should creat platforms where it share with other countries that have continued to agitate ové the withdrawal from ICC.
Mr Elekani also said it was important for government and parliament respects the wishes of its citizens who resoundingly approved the continued stay of the country in the ICC.
Further, Mr Elekani said the country should join hands with other African countries who have explicitly said they want to be part of the ICC.
He said the country can mobilize the continent and prepare a position paper containing grievances of African countries and practical measures for submission at the ICC so as to ensure that the said court is percieved to be a fair body.