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Neo Simutanyi

Executive Director

Center for Policy Dialogue

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Center for Policy Dialogue

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Employment History

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The Unz Review


Affiliations

Institute of Economic and Social Research

Research Fellow and Lecturer


University of Zambia Institute of Economic and Social Research

Research Fellow


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Links : : Online Web Directory | Zambia Online Network

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Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) executive director Neo Simutanyi has said President Rupiah Banda's tolerant approach has changed Zambia's political dispensation as there is now more debate on issues and Government policy.
Dr Simutanyi a political analyst and a former University of Zambia (UNZA) lecturer in the school of political science said in Lusaka yesterday that because of his political experience and maturity, President Banda was more tolerant. Dr Simutanyi said Zambians now knew much more about Government operations because there has been increased discussion on Government policy by various players and stakeholders. "There has been more discussion on Government policy whether negative or positive because of the political environment. Zambians know more of what is happening in Government whether positive or negative, this has changed how politics is done," he said. He said the president's tolerance could be seen from the manner he handles criticism. He, however, said that was also helping Zambians to critically evaluate institutions and organisations especially the media. "Late president Levy Mwanawasa brought in some level of professionalism in dealing with political opponents. President Banda with his political experience and because he knows the likes of Mr Michael Sata and the other players, his approach has been more mature than the last two presidents," he said.


www.trulyzambian.com

Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi
Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD) Executive Director Neo Simutanyi says there is nothing wrong Republican President Michael Sata appointing members of the opposition political parties to government po...' class='smartpoststh' onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='#FFFFFF' " onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#EEEEEF'" style="background-color: '#FFFFFF'; border-right: 1px solid ' #DDDDDD'; border-bottom: medium none; margin: 0pt; padding: 6px; display: block; float: left; text-decoration: none; text-align: left; cursor: pointer;" href="http://www.trulyzambian.com/news/sata-not-wrong-for-appointing-opposition-mps-observes-dr-simutanyi-17318"> Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi


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Meanwhile, Center for Policy Dialogue (SPD) Executive Director Neo Simutanyi says government's move is a threat to foreign investment.
Dr. Simutanyi has told QFM News that the takeover sends a wrong signal to potential investors who wish to invest in the country.


www.trulyzambian.com

Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi
Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD) Executive Director Neo Simutanyi says there is nothing wrong Republican President Michael Sata appointing members of the opposition political parties to government po...' class='smartpoststh' onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='#FFFFFF' " onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#EEEEEF'" style="background-color: '#FFFFFF'; border-right: 1px solid ' #DDDDDD'; border-bottom: medium none; margin: 0pt; padding: 6px; display: block; float: left; text-decoration: none; text-align: left; cursor: pointer;" href="http://www.trulyzambian.com/news/sata-not-wrong-for-appointing-opposition-mps-observes-dr-simutanyi-17318"> Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD) Executive Director Neo Simutanyi says there is nothing wrong Republican President Michael Sata appointing members of the opposition political parties to government po...' class='smartpoststh' onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='#FFFFFF' " onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#EEEEEF'" style="background-color: '#FFFFFF'; border-right: 1px solid ' #DDDDDD'; border-bottom: medium none; margin: 0pt; padding: 6px; display: block; float: left; text-decoration: none; text-align: left; cursor: pointer;" href="http://www.trulyzambian.com/news/sata-not-wrong-for-appointing-opposition-mps-observes-dr-simutanyi-17318"> Sata not wrong for appointing opposition MPs, observes Dr. Simutanyi


Zambia: Disillusionment After Dissolution | Think Africa Press

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"Whether or not the MMD paid fees for the Lusaka branches doesn't even matter," said Dr. Neo Simutanyi, a political scientist and Executive Director at the Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD).
"What matters is that the MMD has 53 seats in parliament and is by far the biggest opposition party in the country. So to de-register it and declare its seats vacant is to declare the return to a de facto one-party state." Simutanyi continued: "So politically it was a very silly decision to take.


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