Things Fall Apart: Muslims Against Electoral Reforms Bills Demonstrations

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) in Mangochi has said it would not take part in the December 13 demonstrations aimed at pushing parliament to table the electoral reforms bills. MAM declared their stand at a press briefing held at Holiday Motel in Mangochi, saying the nationwide demonstrations organized by the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) were not necessary as Malawians were yet to understand what the 50+1 electoral reforms were all about. Secretary of Mangochi Majilis Ulama Council, Sheikh Maleat…

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Vendors Asked to Guard Their Goods on December 13

Mzuzu Vendors Association has asked vendors in the city to guard their merchandise on the impending December 13 demonstrations against looters who disguise themselves as demonstrators. Speaking Monday during a press briefing organized by the association, Mzuzu Vendors President, James Kasambara said some people join demonstrations with the intention of robbing the vendors. “Memories of the 2011 incident are still fresh for vendors in Mzuzu, because many of us lost our property through looting and as it is now,…

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PAC Deliberations Expose Regime Change Plans

BLANTYRE, MALAWI – Plans for regime change within the quasi-religious body Public Affairs Committee (PAC) have been confirmed through defiant calls by PAC Delegates to bring down President Peter Mutharika’s government at the sixth 5+1 All Inclusive Stakeholders Conference in Blantyre. Responding to Dr Garton Kamchedzera’s presentation on Governance on Wednesday, Vincent Wandale, the self-acclaimed leader of People’s Land Organisation (PLO) and Mr Billy Mayaya, a renowned human rights activist moved a motion for the resignation of government. But…

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