ATTORNEY General Mulilo Kabesha says the next Constitutional amendment process should consider simplifying the English, as it is currently full of jargons. Commenting on the matters surrounding the Kabushi and Kwacha by-elections in which various stakeholders thronged the courts for interpretations of various laws, Kabesha urged drafters of the Constitution to move away from the system of using difficult words. He argued that the current Constitution had a lot of lacunas, hence the individuals who sought the court’s interpretation of various provisions around the by-elections, did well. “What I want to encourage my team, the drafters, is that let us now move away from using some difficult terms. Let us make the Constitution [easier to understand]. The drafters [should] make…...

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