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Political Parties Without Parliamentary Representation Add Voice to Dialogue Debate

RESOLUTIONS OF THE FORUM OF POLITICAL PARTIES (FPP) ON NATIONAL DIALOGUE HELD AT THE ZCID SECRETARIAT ON 20TH AUGUST, 2018.

We the Forum of Political Parties, FPP, without parliamentary representation under the Zambia Centre for Interparty Dialogue (ZCID), recognising that National Political Dialogue should benefit all Zambians and taking into consideration recent developments in the process thereof do hereby RESOLVE;

 

  1. That the Zambia Centre for Interparty Dialogue (ZCID) continues to implement its own roadmap to national dialogue involving all political parties and stakeholders.

 

  1. That all political parties both in and outside parliament submit names of independent eminent persons to chair the national dialogue and ZCID continues to facilitate the process in national interest.

 

  1. That the national dialogue facilitated by ZCID be based on;
  2. a) Constitutional and Institutional Reforms
  3. b) Separation of Powers and Judicial Independence
  4. c) Tolerance, Civility in Politics, Public Order Act (PoA) and
  5. d) Electoral Reforms

 

  1. That the ZCID Board should proceed to announce the next available date/s to hold the Summit of Presidents (SOP).

 

  1. That the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) release the Draft Constitution Amendments Bill to the Summit of Presidents (SOP) to commence the Constitutional Reforms.

 

Issued by:

Silavwe Jackson

CHAIRPERSON

FORUM OF POLITICAL PARTIES – (FPP)

11 Comments

  1. SMN

    That’s why you don’t have MPs coz of your unpatriotic and low level reasoning. Why did you meet leaving out those parties with MPs when the matter is NATIONAL? And would you get a fair result in a match where the referee is also a player. Be serious for once.

  2. FGM

    ZCID behaves as if it is not independent. Patricia Scotland had to come all the for it to wake up.We should be serious in the way we execute our mandates.

  3. Leon

    SEPARATION OF POWERS VERY IMPORTANT UNLIKE NOW WHEN THE SO CALLED PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA SINCE INDEPENDENCE CONTROLS ALL THE THE THERE ARMS THUS APART FROM BEING THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE THE PRESIDENT IS ALSO THE CHIEF JUSTICE AND AS IF NOT ENOUGH HE ALSO MAKES LAWS RENDERING JUDGES AND MPS VERY USELESS INCLUDING COMMONERS

  4. M

    wekup zambia

  5. M

    workup zambia

  6. Mr. K

    The church has has been infiltrated by the enemies of this county it is very difficult to understand why the church should take that route do they consider themselves as a nation of Zambia? Far a way

  7. Gregory mambwe

    Piece and order must prevail in Zambia

  8. ba charlie

    You have become so obviously about what you stated:
    There must be a separation of power.

  9. Fyakuifwaila

    Tiye-tiye nayo we are restening although we are voice less

  10. Looters

    Zambia is not happy with it’s leaders

  11. Shaka

    The ZCID is compromised, hence incapable of leading the dialogue, I’m non partisan.

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