How Much Can a New Zambian Constitution Really Change?

By Paul Carlucci, 27 January 2014
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C/Flickr/Free Grunge Textures
<p>A little over two years ago, when Michael Sata was campaigning for Zambia's top office, he promised that, if elected, he would finally bring to an end a decade of abandoned legal reform and deliver the country a definitive new constitution. Not only that, but he would do it within <a href="">90</a> days of taking power.</p><p>Sata's election campaign was successful, and soon after taking office in September 2011, the new president − along with his Patriotic Front (PF) government − tasked a committee of lawyers and academics with drafting the document.</p>
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