GOVERNMENT Chief Whip Stafford Mulusa has urged young parliamentarians to show maturity while in Parliament so that more youths are voted as MPs. Lumezi independent member of parliament Munir Zulu reported back to Parliament this week after serving his 30-day suspension for saying “everyone here shaves their pubic hair, we’re all elders”. Zulu also vowed in a recent interview, that he would not apologise for his comment because he was just stating facts. But in an interview, Mulusa argued that being a young parliamentarian didn’t entail doing whatever one wanted by virtue of being a youth. “Parliament is a serious organisation in this country and the issue of morality comes out very high and if someone is not remorseful… of…...

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