The Opposition United Party for National Development -UPND- has alleged that the ruling Patriotic Front -PF- has opposed the reintroduction of Deputy Ministers following pressure from citizens.
UPND President Hakainde Hichilema says the statement by PF Secretary General Davies Mwila is merely responding to pressure from the masses.
Addressing the media in Lusaka, Mr. Hichilema also called on Zambians to push for the withdrawal of the constitution amendment bill alleging that government is trying to allow Ministers continue in office even after Parliament has been dissolved.
And Mr. Hichilema has accused government of trying to amend the Bank of Zambia mandates of printing money and supervising banks because it wants to print money.
He also accused the PF of wanting to dissolve the Financial Intelligence Centre -FIC- and make it a department of the Drug Enforcement Commission so that the public may not be informed about illicit money transactions.
Mr. Hichilema further called for the country to go back to the Church led dialogue process and abandon resolutions of the National Dialogue Forum -NDF- which he said was illegal.
He said the country should also agree to a broad-based reform process governed by the rule of law that allows freedom of assembly and non-selective application of the public order act.