Zambia – Losing opposition leader blames Judiciary, International Community

Mr. Hichilema makes serious statements about the country's state of democracy and blames the International Community for not supporting him.

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As Zambia prepares for the inauguration of Edgar Lungu as 6th President scheduled to take place tomorrow 13 September 2016, losing opposition party leader Hakainde Hichilema speaks to Al jazeera journalist after his last attempt to halt the inauguration was thrown out by the Supreme Court.

Mr. Hichilema makes serious statements about the country’s state of democracy and blames the International Community for not supporting him.

Watch the interview below


Zambia’s main opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilema, speaks to Al jazeera

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Meanwhile preparations have been made for the inauguration of President-elect Edgar Lungu. Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary (PS) Chalwe Lombe told journalists in Lusaka that Heads of States Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, John Magufuli of Tanzania and Botswana’s Ian Khama have confirmed attendance at the ceremony slated for the Capital City’s Heroes Stadium.

Others attending include Deputy Prime Minister of Swaziland Paul Dlamini, Namibian Vice-President, Nickey Iyambo, Malawi’s Vice President, Saulos Chilima and Kenyan Deputy President, William Ruto.
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