Saturday, 13 August 2011

CCZ WARNS THE NEXT WOULD BE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO BRACE THEMSELVES OF PRESSURE FROM THE PUBLIC

THE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES IN ZAMBIA (CCZ) HAS WARNED THE NEXT WOULD BE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO BRACE THEMSELVES OF PRESSURE FROM THE PUBLIC WHICH IS EXPECTING THEM TO RESOLVE A LOT OF UNRESOLVED ISSUES LIKE THE CONSTITUTION AND POVERTY REDUCTION.
SPEAKING IN AN INTERVIEW WITH RADIO PHOENIX, CCZ SECRETARY GENERAL REVEREND SUSAN MATALE SAYS THE NEXT PARLIAMENT MUST ENSURE THAT THEY TACKLE CARDINAL ISSUES WHICH ARE AFFECTING THE ZAMBIANS.
REVEREND MATALE SAYS ISSUES SUCH THE CONSTITUTION MUST BE PRIORITIZED AND TABLED IMMEDIATELY THE NEW MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT STARTS SITTING SO THAT IT IS DEALT WITH ADEQUATELY IN ADVANCE BEFORE THE NEXT ELECTIONS.
SHE HAS STATED THAT ZAMBIANS ARE EXPECTING WOULD BE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO ALSO LOOK AT WAYS OF TACKLING POVERTY AND FORMULATING POLICIES WHICH WILL IMPROVE THEIR LIVELIHOOD.
REVEREND MATALE HAS POINTED OUT THAT THE ESCALATING POVERTY LEVELS ARE WORRISOME HENCE IT IS CARDINAL THAT IMMEDIATE ACTIONS ARE TAKEN AND POLICIES AIMED AT POVERTY REDUCTION ARE IMPLEMENTED.
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