The environmental ministry says it will reserve an early decision to have all thin plastics manufacturing companies closed contrary to what the former minister of the environment did.
The former minister of environment Vuwa Kaunda, tampered with the law that ban manufacturing of thin plastics that the minister has no power over the countryâ€™s statues
Kaunda reportedly ordered the re-opening of four plastic manufacturing companies sealed.
The minister instructed the ministry to facilitate the reopening of the factories, which manufacture environmentally hazardous thin plastics.
Movement for Environmental Actions (MEA) told the Minister Kaunda that the decision be reversed immediately warning that will face the lawsuit of his action.
MEA interim Chairperson Mathews Malata observed that the minister conduct was uncalled for and unacceptable towards environmental management.
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