The second Summit for Democracy will be held in Zambia on March 29 and 30, 2023, and 16 African nations are planned to attend.
Zambia will co-host the summit alongside the United States of America, Costa Rica, the Netherlands, and the Republic of Korea, according to Justice Minister MULAMBO HAIMBE.
President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA will co-host the summit for the African area, according to Mr. HAIMBE.
Angola, Botswana, Cape Verde, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are among the 16 African nations anticipated to attend the summit, according to the justice minister, who was speaking to press in Lusaka today.
Others include Namibia, Niger, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius, and Kenya.
The summit will focus on “Free, Fair, and Transparent Elections in Africa,” according to Mr. HAIMBE.
He clarified that the second summit for democracy’s goal is to highlight the need for transparent, accountable, and rights-respecting governance throughout the world.
Mr. HAIMBE pointed out that Zambia was chosen to host the African region of the Summit due to its steadfast adherence to the values of democratic governance, respect for the law, and human rights.