The Patriotic Front (PF) and United Party for National Development (UPND) have agreed to resolved to depoliticise markets and other trading places to allow everyone to trade freely.
This follows a meeting held at the PF Secretariat by the two political parties in Lusaka yesterday.
In a joint statement, PF Deputy Media Director Antonio Mwanza said the two parties have agreed to form a steering committee on ending political violence with leadership from both PF and UPND.
He also said that no party will be allowed to transport cadres to various places where by-elections are held as it proved to be a source of political violence.
Earlier, PF National Youth Chairperson, Stephen Kampyongo said it is good to see the PF and UPND come together and resolve to end the perceived differences.
Mr. Kampyongo who is also Minister of Home Affairs called on the youths from both political parties to STOP engaging in violence.
He said the law will not fail to deal with any offender regardless of the political affiliation.
And, UPND Chairlady for Women Affairs Namakau Kabwiku praised the youth wings for taking a step in ending political violence.
Ms Kabwiku said the violence that the country had experienced has not helped build the country but destroyed the image of the country.