The Barotseland Political System is based on a Constitutional Democratic Monarchy.
DECOLONISATION OF BAROTSELAND
A) POINTS TO PROVE DECOLONIZATION
1. Administering the Barotzis territory without Union Act.
2. Inheriting obligations of coloniser by Zambian government.
3. Transfer of obligations by the protecting state to another (Zambia).
4. Usurping the powers of the Barotse King contrary to what was agreed upon.
5. Suppression of the Barotse government by Zambia contrary to the agreement viz forced assimilation and black on black colonialism.
B) THE TASK OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
1. Arbitration in disputes
2. Mediation in disputes
3. Conflict prevention
4. Conflict settlement in war tone zones.
5. Peace making initiatives.
C) THERE IS NO RIGHT TO:
i. Colonise people
ii. Oppress or suppress people
iii. Dominate other people
iv. Occupy other people's territory illegally
v. Force other people to assimilate other's nationality.
The issue has dragged for a long time because of the tendencies of the Police to muzzle people and reinforce coercion.
POLITICAL DOCUMENTATION AND ARCHIVES
Cabinet Office Circular No.82, 1964 FRUSTRATION OF THE
BOUNDARY BETWEEN NORTH-WESTERN
AND NORTH-EASTERN RHODESIA
ANNEXATION OF BAROTSELAND POLITICAL HISTORY OF BAROTSELAND
AGREEMENTS RELATING TO
YOUTH LEAGUE’S SUBMISSION
4 MARCH 2012
SUBMISSION TO THE
HIGH COMMISSIONER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
5 OCTOBER 2012
Rt Hon Mwangelwa
Clerk of the Executive Council
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