CONSTITUTIONAL law expert Ernest Mwansa says the creation of the Constitutional Court was noble, but the question is whether it is living up to its duty of protecting people’s rights. In an interview, Mwansa said it was now left to citizens to judge whether the ConCourt was carrying out its mandate of ensuring that people’s rights were protected. “It was a very noble intention, [creation] of the ConCourt. The idea being that people’s rights should be adjudicated upon as expeditiously as possible to ensure that their rights and liberties are protected, that’s the intention. And the country must judge whether that is happening or not in the light of whatever is going on. Are the rights of people being protected…...

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