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GOVERNMENT QUERIED OVER SELECTIVE APPLICATION OF PUBLIC ORDER ACT

Written by on July 3, 2020

Kabompo Member of parliament Ambrose Lufuma has questioned the selective manner in which the government is applying the Public Order Act.

Hon. Lufuma questioned  vice president Inonge Wina today in parliament during the vice president’s question time.

He has wondered why some PF cadres who stormed radio stations and disrupted media programs have todate not been arrested when the MMD president  Dr. Nevers Mumba  was arrested and charged under the similar offence when he stormed ZNBC studios.

In response vice president Inonge Wina   advised Hon Lufuma not to raise  issues bordering on discrimination of the rule of law in parliament but ensure that the he participates in  the  on going debate on constitutional amendment bill 10 as it has provisions to incorporate such issues.

But leader of the opposition and Monze Central Member of parliament Jack Mwimbu said there is no way  the vice president can refer the matter of discrimination to  bill 10 when it has no such provisions.


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