THE Consumer Unity Trust Society has welcomed the tabling of the Public Debt Management Bill of 2022 in Parliament, describing it as progressive. And CUTS has commended government for showing willingness to enact the Access to Information Bill. In a statement, Thursday, CUTS centre director Dr Claudia Pollen noted that lack of transparency and accountability had contributed to the current unsustainable debt levels. “It goes without emphasizing that the lack of transparency and accountability has been reported as having contributed to the current unsustainable debt levels and still poses a challenge with Zambia’s debt management and restructuring. Therefore, the intention to bring to the floor of the house, The public debt Management Bill, 2022 is seen as a progressive way…...

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