GOVERNANCE activist Rueben Lifuka says the fight against corruption should not be confined to merely investigating and prosecuting a few high-profile individuals. And Lifuka has welcomed the proposal for review of the criminal defamation of the President, arguing that laws that serve little value to Zambia’s democratic dispensation should be expunged from the statute books. Commenting on President Hakainde Hichilema’s speech during the opening of Parliament, Lifuka said the measures outlined for the fight against corruption were not comprehensive enough to guarantee success. “President Hichilema in officially opened the second session of the 13th Parliament made a number of pronouncements and was basically expected to lay the policy directions that the UPND will take in the second year in government. This…...

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