Lungu, HH talks by Commonwealth break down

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Lungu with HH

The governing Patriotic Front party has now come out in the open saying the Commonwealth should not spearhead talks in Zambia.

Following a disputed election and imprisonment of leading opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema on trumped up charges, the Commonwealth intervened and have been pushed for talks between Hichilema and President Lungu.

PF aligned political parties such as ZDDM of Edwin Sakala the last two weeks have gone to town discrediting Commonwealth saying ZCID, a local biased organisation should spearhead the talks.

Now the PF has finally indicated that it is not interested in talks by the Commonwealth saying they should channel their recommendations through ZCID which it wants to head the talks.

The PF at it’s Central Committee meeting at the weekend resolved that ZCID spearhead the talks.

With Hichilema saying ZCID has no capacity to spearhead the talks, it is now clear that these talks have broken down.




3 Responses to Lungu, HH talks by Commonwealth break down

  1. Did people think PF can be engaged in any talks in a civilized manner spearheaded by credible institutions? PF is a bunch of thugs.

    March 26, 2018 at 3:36 pm

  2. PF running away from the commonwealth spearheaded talks means they are culprits of disorder and criminal thugs who have destroyed the country in just two years.Zambians are awake now, no longer docile.

    March 27, 2018 at 1:40 pm

  3. When you are in power, politicians like Lungu, Davis Mwila, Given Lubinda,Kampyongo,Amos Chanda etc. can be arrogant because power corrupts. Even if you are used to ruling with impunity, you can not play games with the commonwealth. Denouncing the Commomwealth is denouncing the Queen, denouncing the EEC, the None Aligned Nations etc. Therefore Given must not advise FF selfishly to protect his job as minister, but look at us Zambians who would suffer due to their tossing the Commonwealth about. If sanctions are taken against Zambia would the weak Zambian economy survive? You are already rich and would not mind so much if the outside world is cut off from zambia.

    March 27, 2018 at 6:23 pm

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