The Commission of Inquiry on Balloting Patterns and electoral Violence has resumed its sittings in Lusaka Province.
This would very successfully be the final segment of the final public hearings after the Commission covered eight Provinces and nearly 50 districts.
And the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Chilanga District submitted that govt must peaceable support watch over social media because it has contributed to electoral violence.
CCJP Chilanga District Coordinator Theophilus Musanshiko says social media abuse has contributed to electoral violence.
And the senior voters discussion board of Chilanga secretary Christine Ng’ambi stated perpetrators of violence agree with no longer been arrested within the past.
Ms Ng’ambi stated this has led to individuals partaking in violence.
And Commission Chairperson Munalula Lisimba stated the Commission
is decided to assemble its work interior its timeframe.

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