UPND, FDD, Rainbow and others meet

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HH with Kabimba before the briefing

HH with Kabimba before the briefing

The main opposition parties in Zambia have met in Lusaka to look at the electoral process ahead of the August 11 General election.

 

A consultative workshop organised by Veteran politician Vernon Mwaanga was among others attended by UPND, FDD and Rainbow Party.

 

Other in attendance were MMD, ADD, PDP of George Mpombo and People’s Party of Mike Mulongoti.

 

An insider has told Zambian Eye that the main agenda of the organisers is to see the parties work together and support one candidate on August 11 general election.

 

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5 Responses to UPND, FDD, Rainbow and others meet

  1. This is the way to go Zambia. Let us fix these panga family.Forward together as one to liberate Zambia from these monkeys in a maize field. Forward Zambia.

    Gwembe
    January 30, 2016 at 7:20 pm
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  2. I hear RB and Chikwanda are planning a similar meeting with some opposition parties to see how best they can work together with PF in the August 11th election. It is interesting to see the three once friends ( ABC, RB and VJ) sort out Zambia’s politics. May the good organizer win the day.

    Comedians
    January 30, 2016 at 7:23 pm
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  3. Editor, the insider quoted in your story is great misinformer. The Meetings resolved and declared through a public communique that no violence, hate speech and tribal talks ahead of the August 11, 2016 General Elections. The meeting also made it clear that the meeting was not a formation of political alliance, No. it was purely a consultative meeting aimed at resolving political and civil challenges facing our electoral environment. Issues discussed and deliberated on were misapplication of the Public Order Act, Review of the Electoral Act No 12 of 2006, abuse of public resources, facilities and institutions and requesting Electoral Commission of Zambia to invite International Observer early and prescribe a Code of Conduct and also consider funding political party agents. So please, anonymous informers must be scrutinized. As people who observed the process, it is unfair and scrupulous for anyone to start projecting the imagination of their minds.

    chipenzi
    January 30, 2016 at 8:04 pm
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  4. Meeting aimed at ensuring free and fair elections.
    Also to ensure pf does not rig elections.
    Good meeting for true and caring citizens.

    Timbwi mo plan
    January 31, 2016 at 9:23 am
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  5. We pray that God helps Zambians and we need a good leader better than Edgar Lungu. We want peace and freedom from economic challenges.

    Mainza
    February 2, 2016 at 7:49 am
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