UPND MPs unhappy with destabilisation scheme

MEMBERS of Parliament and invited guests listerning to President Lungu’s speech. PICTURE: SALIM HENRY/ STATE HOUSE

SOME United Party for National Development (UPND) members of Par liament (MPs) are frustrated and displeased by their leadership’s alleged instruction to disrupt Parliament business in a bid to destabilise the Patriotic Front (PF) administration.
Speaking during a meeting at Parliament grounds on Tuesday, the MPs who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals by their leadership, said the people they represent in their respective constituencies are not happy that they are expending their energies on frustrating Parliament business at the expense of representing them.
The MPs said they are geared to provide effective representation to the electorate in Parliament but their efforts are being frustrated by the UPND leadership.READ MORE

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