BRITISH High Commissioner to Zambia Nicholas Woolley says it is not fair to prevent opposition political rallies while the government is encouraging people to attend its event. Speaking to journalists at his residence, Tuesday afternoon, High Commissioner Woolley said there was need for all political parties to have equal access to carry out campaigns as well as access to state media. He added that instances where the opposition is prevented from having rallies while other citizens are encouraged to attend a government event would not lead to a fair election in August. “I was following very closely the events over the weekend and I was in touch with various people very close to that, including the police and opposition leaders…....

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