CONSTITUTIONAL Law expert Professor Muna Ndulo says it is disappointing that 58 years after independence, Zambia does not have a durable constitution. Meanwhile, Prof Ndulo says the Public Order Act needs to be amended to make it clear that one does not need permission from police to hold any event. Speaking on Hot FM’s Red Hot Breakfast, Tuesday, Prof Ndulo said it was disappointing that Zambians had not yet agreed on a durable constitution. “I must say that I feel somewhat disappointed in that we have spent 58 years and we still haven’t really come to have what we all agree as a durable constitution. I think also, one has to look at it in terms of the amount of…...

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