Tuesday, 30 August 2011

E U OBSERVER MISSION TO ZAMBIA ADVISES THE ZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT TO HOLD THIS YEAR’S ELECTIONS IN A FREE, FAIR AND TRANSPARENCY MANNER

THE EUROPEAN UNION ELECTIONS OBSERVER MISSION TO ZAMBIA DEPUTY CHIEF OBSERVER DAVID WARD HAS ADVISED THE ZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT TO HOLD THIS YEAR’S ELECTIONS IN A FREE, FAIR AND TRANSPARENCY MANNER IF THE OUTCOME HAS TO BE ACCEPTED.
SPEAKING IN AN INTERVIEW THIS MORNING AFTER SENDING OUT 24 ELECTION OBSERVERS TO VARIOUS DISTRICTS OF THE COUNTRY TO BEGIN THEIR MISSION , MR. WARD SAYS TRANSPARENCY WILL ENSURE THAT PEACE IS MAINTAINED.
MR. WARD HAS POINTED OUT THAT MOST OF  CONFLICTS WHICH ARE SEEN IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES ARE AS A RESULT OF NOT HAVING A TRANSPARENT ELECTORAL SYSTEM WHICH INSPIRES CONFIDENCE IN THE ELECTORATE.
HE SAYS THE WORLD IS WATCHING AND WAITING TO SEE AS WHETHER ZAMBIA WILL BREAK ITS MUCH DESIRED TREASURE WHICH IS PEACE BY HAVING ELECTIONS WHICH WILL NOT  BE ACCEPTED BY LOSERS AND WILL RESULT IN POLITICAL CHAOS.
MR. WARD HAS EXPLAINED THAT THE EU MISSION IN THE COUNTRY HAS HIGH EXPECTATIONS FROM THE GOVERNMENT IN TERMS OF ENSURING THAT THE ELECTIONS ARE VIOLENT FREE AND THE OUTCOME IS ACCEPTABLE

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