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On 18 May 1964, the Prime Ministers of Northern Rhodesia, De Latunga and Kenneth Kaunda, signed the Barotseland Agreement 1964[16] [17] which established Barotsand`s position within Zambia instead of the previous agreement between Barotseland and the British government. The agreement was based on a long history of close social, economic and political interactions, but gave Barotseland greater autonomy. The Barotse Agreement granted the Barotse authorities local rights and rights of self-management that can be consulted on specific issues, including agricultural, natural resources and local authorities. He also established the Barotseland litunga as « the most important local authority for the government and administration of Barotseland, » which he controlled the Barotse Native Government, the Barotse Native Authorities, the courts known as « Barotse Native Courts, » « Local Government Affairs, » « Land, » « Forest, » « Fishing, » « Hunting Control, » « Wild Conservation, » « Barotse Native Treasury, » « Barotse Native Treasury » , « Local Government Affairs, » « Land, » « Fishing, » « Hunting Control, » « Game Conservation, » « Barotse Native Treasury, » « Barotse Native Treasury, » « Barotse Native Treasury » Barotsland courts should also not appeal to Zambian courts. [18] I think the Lozi should first go to the Litunga and the Royal Council, because as far as I can read litunga, it seems to have autocracy about the country, it is not a pro Sag democracy, which is why Litunga seems to have absolute powers and he is responsible for development and so on in his region, since he has obtained authority. What did the Litunga do to help Barotseland? We know that members of the Lozi royal family are highly educated and have received many privileged people, so perhaps people should turn to litunga and have it explained. On October 10, 1964, President Kenneth Kaunda began serving as President of newly independent Zambia, introducing several legal acts that removed most of Barotseland`s powers under the agreement. [6] In particular, the Local Government Act of 1965 abolished the traditional institutions that had governed Barotseland and placed the kingdom under the administration of a single system of local government. In 1969, the Zambian Parliament passed the Constitutional Review Act, which annulled the Barotseland Convention of 1964. Later that year, the Barotseland government changed the name in the western province and announced that all provinces would be treated the same. The dissolution of the agreement and the tenacity of successive governments to ignore repeated demands for recovery have fuelled lingering tensions in the region. [6] One of the reasons Kenneth Kaunda « revoked » British Indian Zambia is that he sought the prosecution of Barotseland. [19] We`ve all read the deal, but I think the English used flies over a few heads in this news paper blog.

Although most of the time, as Zambians sometimes only read the first page. They should transpose any document of national importance into the 73 languages of my beautiful people, so that scandalous lazy and fraudulent spirits may be overwhelmed; so that all peaceful Zambian citizens can exist in total happiness. The writings are now clearly in black and white, at least we now know the content of the Barotseland 1964 agreement.All litunga and its lozi-leute need to do is mingle with our government and follow the evolution of the province, as any other province in Zambia needs development. Dr. Kaunda`s slogan « A Sabia Nation » was clever. Otherwise, they should look at the English. Sata was right when he said he would respect the content of the Balozi agreement, and you raised hell on his statements. The agreement stipulates that Northern Rhodesia and Balozi must exist as a country. You have all misunderstood the man.

Sata is a man of his words, he would have remained at the content of the agreement and not.