Patriotic Front (PF) National Chairperson Inonge Wina has dismissed suggestions that the ruling party would crumble in the event President Michael Sata relinquished the leadership of the party.
Ms. Wina, who is also Gender Minister, says the ruling PF will remain strong even after President Sata leaves office.
And Ms Wina says the two years of the PF in government can be likened to an average marriage where for the first two years it is characterized by conflict as people get to know each other better, before settling down.
She has also told Qfm News in an interview that the two years of the ruling PF in power has been a kind of training process and that going forward the party will consolidate the ideas it stands for.
Ms Wina adds that as far as she is concerned there are no more divisions in the ruling party, and that this is why as party national Chairperson she is not personally concerned about sentiments suggesting that there could be some deep divisions in the ruling PF.