Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu says the Constitutional Court’s ruling on former ministers who remained in office after the dissolution of Parliament is not credible because judges did not conduct a thorough research. And Zulu says there is no course to warrant the impeachment of President Edgar Lungu for allowing ministers to stay in office after Parliament was dissolved because he acted within the provisions of the constitution. Debating a motion to ratify the appointment of justice Martin Musaluke to serve as Constitutional Court judge, Zulu argued that there were a number of lacunas within the Constitution which were making judges to make uninformed types of judgments. “The Constitutional Court has not been able to delve into the Bill of…...

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