FORMER Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) president Eddie Mwitwa says thorough research is needed in setting up fast-track stolen assets recovery mechanisms and courts for corruption and economic crimes. In an interview, Mwitwa said the initiative was encouraging but needed to be done with a lot of research. He added that the country should adopt methods that were used in countries which had successfully set up fast-track courts on corruption. “The idea itself sounds encouraging but I think it is an initiative that will have to be done with a...

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