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Vol 42 No 10

Published 18th May 2001



President Frederick Chiluba has sworn that he will not after all seek the unconstitutional third term that he worked so hard to win. On 8 May he reaffirmed: 'I am not going to stand. I want to make it clear, clear and clear... that there is no third term. If you can't trust what I have said, I can't help further than this'. His critics still would not believe him, and riots followed.

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