Judiciary is weak on land corruption – TIZ

In this video, Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) president Lee Habasonda explains the frustrations that his organisation is facing in fighting land corruption.

Habasonda observes that the public has a negative perception towards the judiciary especially after the creation of the Constitutional court, hence making it hard for people to receive justice in land arbitration. He adds that the National Assembly was failing to enact better land administration laws, while “everything nonsensical” from the executive is passed.

Further, Habasonda says TIZ supports the move by government to repossess land from foreign investors who are found guilty of corruptly acquiring it.

         

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