Nothing Will Restrain The People Of Barotseland From Legislating For Their Country - Saleya Kwalombota

We are all proud of our country of Royal Barotseland and are all  waiting to witness  Barotseland's self-determination become true even in the face of the occupying country.   Zambia's militarizing of our territory is not acceptable and is an act of aggression. What is the purpose of United Nations? According to the U.N. Founding Charter (Article 1) — 1945 starts that, "One purpose of the United Nations is “to develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle o...


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Communique - Secretary of State for Legal Affairs Royal Barotseland Government

08th August, 2014 The Registrar of CourtsMungu Dear Sir/Madam, RE: COMMUNIQUE We the people of Barotseland do agree with Magistrate Julius Malata, that courts of Zambia can try foreigners who commit crimes against Zambia. What we don’t believe is the Zambian courts having authority to try foreign nationals who have committed crimes in their foreign territories. However, we are very much concerned that justice must prevail whether you try foreigners or your nationals. With regard to the ca...


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Our Existence as a Nation is not Discretionary - Letter to Lombe Kamukoshi, Zambia Police in Mongu

11th August, 2014Ms. Lombe KamukoshiMungu Police Dear Madam, RE: OUR EXISTENCE AS A NATION IS NOT DISCRETIONARY We believe that you are very much aware that the Attorney General of the Government of the Republic of Zambia whom you are also serving gave a directive that issues relating to Barotseland independence are a matter of policy; when a case of the treason accused arising from the activities of your officers was brought before the court in 2013. To our dismay we have observed that yo...


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Barotseland Is On The Right Side Of Public International Law To Statehood Recognition – Saleya Kwalombota

Quoting the Dugue Kirtley's response to a letter written to President Sata on March 28, 2014, "To argue that the Barotseland Agreement 1964 did not mean what it said would not only be inconsistent with the express provisions of the Barotseland Agreement itself, but it would also be contrary to the rule of pacta sunt servanda (the sanctity of treaties), which forms an integral part of international law ..... In any event, it is our clients’ position that under public international law Ba...


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Lozi 'Mongu' Rice Traders at Lusaka's Buseko Market Harassed by Zambia's Ruling Patriotic Front Cadres who claim Sata hates them

Lozi rice traders at Lusaka’s Buseko Market in Emmasdale area are being harassed by Patriotic Front cadres who are grabbing rice from them. Sources within the market said the cadres were forcefully collecting one bucket (Meda) of rice from each bag and openly told them that President Sata hates them (the Lozis) so much and they should not be trading from the market. The illegal activity is being perpetrated and led by a cadre only identified as Bwalya who is also believed to be very 'close' ...


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Barotseland Youths Urged to Stand Up and Affirm Barotseland Sovereignty

As the Royal Barotseland Government winds up its programs leading to the end of Zambia’s illegal occupation of Barotseland, we wish to advise that the Colonizer, Zambia’s activities are erroneous, illegal, intimidating, false, misleading, null, void and misplaced, and as such must not discourage us from lawfully functioning as a Nation State awaiting full International Cooperation. The recent illegal arrests, detention and erroneous sentencing of our gallant, noble and visionary heroes and le...


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Hear Our Prayer Oh Lord!! – A prayer from a Youth of Barotseland

Our Almighty God, God of justice and love hear our prayer. Heavenly we are in captivity, our captors are coming, they are thirsty for our blood, and they want to fill their prisons with our souls. They have made and passed laws that make it treasonable for us to speak about ourselves and our history, to speak about our status and our sufferings. Oh Lord, hear our prayer! Here they come; they are the prosecutors, judges and the jury, all in one dear Lord, whilst we are the accused and condemn...


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Every Mondays and Fridays at 17:00hrs to 17:15hrs, let’s commit Barotseland in prayer. The Lozis in the Army and police working with our foes, you can say your prayers silently in your hearts. God has already answered our prayer so we need to thank him as much as we can.

 

The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO)  has now admitted the nation state of Barotseland as a member.

For any entity to be a member of UNPO, they have to be a Nation or People, possessing the will to be identified as a Nation or People and are bound to a common heritage which can be historical, racial, ethnic, religious or territorial. The prospective participant can also be a section of a People, constituting a minority, living on a portion of its ancestral territory, incorporated into a State other than a State represented by that People.

Last year two other International bodies recognized Barotseland as a sovereign member state. The Federation of Free States of Africa (www.africafederation.net) and the Union of Free States (www.unfs.org)

The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is an international, nonviolent, and democratic membership organisation. Its members are indigenous peoples, minorities, and unrecognised or occupied territories who have joined together to protect and promote their human and cultural rights, to preserve their environments, and to find nonviolent solutions to conflicts which affect them.
 
Although the aspirations of UNPO Members differ greatly, they are all united by one shared condition – they are not adequately represented at major international fora, such as the United Nations. As a consequence, their opportunity to participate on the international stage is significantly limited, as is their ability to access and draw upon the support of the global bodies mandated to defend their rights, protect their environments, and mitigate the effects of conflict.
 
In today’s world where over 90 percent of conflicts are intra-state, UNPO has been established to fill this gap, providing an international forum through which its Members can become effective participants and contributors to the international community. In an increasingly interdependent world it is ever more important that those who continue to be denied their rights or remain excluded be given an opportunity to present their case. UNPO works therefore to address the consequences of marginalisation, working with its Members to promote their democratic causes, to provide information, and to articulate creative and nonviolent strategies for progress, above all however, UNPO works to ensure their voices are heard.
 
Founded in 1991 at the Peace Palace in The Hague, UNPO is unique as an international organisation in that it is built entirely by its Members. Through this strong connection to those suffering the consequences of the exclusion the organisation seeks to address, UNPO has since grown into a prominent and respected international forum.
 
UNPO’s membership has also grown steadily from its original fifteen founders, representing now almost 70 Members worldwide. Although the work of UNPO adapts continually to meet the challenges of its Members and the nature of the international political climate, each Member remains committed to respecting the five principles enshrined in the UNPO Covenant: nonviolence, human rights, democracy and self-determination, environmental protection, and tolerance.
 
UNPO remains committed to offering an increasing number of nations and peoples an entry point into the international community, enabling its Members also to learn from one another; lending their support where there are setbacks and sharing their experiences in success.

Find Barotseland’s listing as a member here: http://www.unpo.org/members/16714

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0 #1 NAHA YA BULOZI 2014-01-10 21:11
DEAR EDITOR KINDLY , IS IT NOT POSSIBLE TO DISPLAY THE CERTIFICATE/ OFFICIAL DOCUMENT OF BAROTSELANDS ADMISSION TO UNIPO MEMBERSHIP AS IT IS THE CASE WITH UFS AND FFSA? We are hopeful that it will be displayed soonest since it was just an oversight. KOZO SHANGWE.
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