Country Review Report No. 16 - Zambia

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Zambia acceded to the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) on 22 January, 2006 at the African Union (AU) Summit held in Khartoum, Sudan. The untimely death of the President, and the holding of presidential by-elections somewhat delayed the country’s self-assessment. However, Zambia’s commitment was steadfast with the confirmation of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) as the Focal Point Institution. Zambia received and hosted the APRM Country Support Mission w which was led by Dr. Graca Machel, the member of the Panel of Eminent Persons, from the 23rd to the 25th of February 2009. During this mission, a Memorandum of Understanding on Technical Assessment and the Country Review Process was signed by the Government and the APR Panel. The Minister of Justice, Honourable George Kunda launched the APRM process in Zambia on 8 July 2007.

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