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6 August 2019We, the undersigned organisations, are deeply concerned about the impact the Zambian Constitutional Amendment Bill 2019 (the ‘Amendment Bill’) may have on the i…
Zambian government proposes controversial constitutional amendments
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Ruling party in Zambia begins process to amend the Constitution
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Zambian Constitutional Court rules president eligible for reelection in 2021
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Lawsuit claims Constitutional Court violated Zambian Constitution in presidential petition proceedings
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