PF wants MPs get permission to visit Contsituencies

The Patriotic Front (PF) has now demanded that all Members of Parliament (MPs) get permission from the Police to hold meeting with electorates in their constituencies.
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba who was also Acting Minister of Home Affairs says the move is a safety measures which is aimed at protecting the MPs.
He said the police has the duty to protect MPs whenever he sees that there could be at risks.
Kabimba said this in a ministerial statement in Parliament on Friday morning.
He was responding to a a point of order raised by Monze MP, Jack Mwiimbu who wanted to know why MPs were been harrassed by the police whenever they visited their constituencies.
This was after Lubanseshi MP, Patrick Mucheleka was reported to have been harassed and chased for by police while he was addressing his constituency.
But Kabimba accused the MP of being uncooperative and in stand off with the police as a reason for his perceived harassment.
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