Short-term plan is to win 2011-NAREP

By National Restoration Party (NAREP) team

We are living in a time when the important challenges of leadership and national development must be addressed with bold and vibrant new ideas and approaches.

Given the current state of our nation and the clear absence of visionary and value-based leadership, we are at the point in time when every Zambian should be asking what it is that he or she can do for their country.

A committed group of Zambians from a broad spectrum of society, has responded to this call with the formation of a new political movement called National Restoration Party (or NAREP).

Our main aim is to restore value-based politics in Zambia and to offer a bold and ambitious vision to attain the seemingly elusive prosperity that should serve existing and future generations.
We do not believe that any of the current political organisations represent the type of change and transformation that the country truly needs. As a new Party, we must now be judged on the basis of our commitment to the important task we have set for ourselves.
The task is ambitious and will no doubt leave you wondering whether it can really be attained. We have absolutely no doubt that with your help, it can.
And what is that task? Well let us start by saying what it is not. It is not a task to bring about just change. Change was attempted in 1991 when multiparty politics was re-introduced in Zambia after 18 years of one-party rule. At that time, we did indeed bring about change in the top political leadership but there was no focus on change at the individual level or an obligation for a greater sense of personal responsibility in our interactions.
The task is also not just about winning the 2011 presidential elections. Elections in 2011 merely represent a milestone towards the greater goal; towards the true task: that of transforming our national mindset and setting new standards of personal and collective responsibility. It is a task that requires us to promote and sustain excellence and integrity as the basis of all our actions and interactions through visionary and standard-setting leadership.Let us be clear, 2011 is important for Zambia.
Few things quite concentrate minds in our country better than national elections associated with a presidential campaign football being one notable exception! Our short-term goal is to emerge victorious in 2011 under the banner of NAREP with a candidate that champions a new era of personal responsibility and value-based leadership.
We will offer a message of transformation and not merely change. We will keep our promise of value-based change by making our values the basis of all that we do.
We will promote a message that gives people hope that there can finally be a connection between putting a politician into office and seeing change in the communities that elected leaders are supposed to represent.

Vision

To build a nation in which every person regardless of gender, tribe, origin, race, nationality, age or political affiliation can rely on quality healthcare, quality education and quality infrastructure as they aspire

It's terrible for families and their patients in rural Zambia

To build a nation in which every person regardless of gender, tribe, origin, race, nationality, age or political affiliation can rely on quality healthcare, quality education and quality infrastructure as they aspire to attain their full potential, consistently supported by an honest, trustworthy, transparent, caring, cost-conscious, efficient government made up of quality leaders determined to lead by example and to place national service above self-interest at all times, offering a beacon of responsibility, compassion and hope to the world.

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