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Swapo party calls for AR members to adhere to party constitution

Thu, 16 June 2016 16:23
by Staff writer
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The Swapo Party top four which met today to deliberate on the challenges facing the ruling party says the much publicized march against the parliament tomorrow steered by the Affirmative Reposition members who were recently reinstated into the party after court proceedings were not formally communicated to the party hierarchy and structures.

The meeting was pinned on some of the members who have been flagrantly disregarding the party’s constitution.

A circular released by the Secretary General’s Office says organisers of the march pencilled for tomorrow should use the formal party structures to communicate problems they are facing.

The statement released by the party also says that the four recently reinstated card carrying members of the youth league, Job Amupanda Dimbilukeni Nauyoma, Elijah Ngurare and George Kambala are expected to carry themselves within the party’s disciplinary code and constitution.