Democracy

Separation of Powers Betrayed: Why Justice Lengalenga got it wrong in the GBM case

E. Munshya, LLB, LLM, MDIV. In the Zambian doctrine of separation of powers, each branch of government has a distinct role to play and no one branch should interfere in the other’s function. Parliament makes the law, the executive implements… Read More ›

Damaging Zambia: Why parliamentary floor-crossing dents our democracy

By Elias Munshya, LLM, M.Div., M.A., LLB, B.A.  Multi-party participatory democracy is deeply weaved in the very fabric of Zambian democracy. It should be an offence under the penalty of treason to undermine our democratic foundations fortified by the concrete… Read More ›

149 constituencies tabulated: My projection puts Lungu at 786,722 and Hichilema at 757,052

PF UPND Chisamba Central 2,596 6,597 Chitambo Central 2,534 384 Kapiri Mposhi Central 7,869 8,160 Katuba Central 2,399 6,537 Keembe Central 2,586 9,043 Mkushi North Central 4,153 2,577 Mkushi South Central 2,182 1,734 Muchinga Central 1,384 456 Mumbwa Central 1,392… Read More ›

Of Cohorts, Cherries & General Miyanda: I Stand By What I Had Written

 By Munshya wa Munshya Brigadier General Godfrey Kenneth Miyanda has objected very strongly to this paragraph in my article of 20 September 2013 in the Daily Nation Newspaper. This same article is also published on http://www.eliasmunshya.org. This is what I wrote:… Read More ›

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