CHAWAMA PF member of parliament Tasila Lungu Mwansa says the increase in Constituency Development Fund from K1.6 million to K25.7 million is still not sufficient to cater for the expanded scope of work. But Chifubu UPND member of parliament Lloyd Lubozha has argued that the economic recovery steps highlighted in the 2022 national budget serve as a “chemotherapy treatment” to the cancerous economy that has been destroyed by the past regime. Debating the budget in parliament, Friday, Mwansa said the CDF would not be able to facilitate women and youth empowerment programmes. “The budget when being presented looked very impressive but as I analysed it, I saw that some items may need to be revised. I looked at CDF which…...

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