UPND did not meet requirements to demonstrate at Parliament – Jere

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Deputy Inspector General of Police Solomon Jere
Deputy Inspector General of Police Solomon Jere
Deputy Inspector General of Police Solomon Jere has charged that for as long as the political parties do not follow the right procedure to seek permission to go for a peaceful demonstration, they will not be granted the permission.

Dr. Jere says there is also need for the political parties in the country to understand that there is a procedure for them to follow before being granted permission to have their peaceful demonstration.

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The Police Deputy IG also notes that the law is very clear that the notification should be submitted at least seven days before the day of doing a peaceful demonstration.

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He has particularly singled out the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) as one of the political parties that should not even complain that it was denied permission to have the peaceful demonstration at parliament buildings.

He says police denied granting permission to the UPND because the opposition political party did not meet all the requirements.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Its very unfortunate Dr Jere , u retiring early and young, these very seniour positions when govts are changing, awe mwandi.

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