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Zambia Must Protect Women’s Right to Make Free Sexual and Reproductive Choices

[Daily Maverick] As Zambians took to the polls last month they voted not only for their choice of president, but also in a constitutional referendum proposing changes to the bill of rights. While President Edgar Lungu was declared the winner of the election, political figures lamented the outcome of the failed referendum as a missed opportunity for Zambians to advance protection for social and economic rights after it didn't meet the 50% voter turnout threshold required to make it a supreme law of the country. By LOUISE CA

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