PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema says his government remains committed to improving Zambia’s electoral environment to ensure respect for human rights, liberties and democratic space to campaign. And President Hichilema has insisted that Zambia’s debt situation is “choking out a lot of resources meant for development. Speaking when he met a European Union delegation at State House, Monday, President Hichilema said the August general elections were tricky and could have gone bad had it not been for the support of the EU and many others. “We are really delighted as a country...

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