EU commends Malawi on reform implementation

European Union (EU) Friday commended government for implementing some of the reforms in the 2016/17 financial year.

Ambassador Marchel Gerrmann EU Head of Delegation: Implantation key

European Union, High Commissioner to Malawi Marchel Gerrmann said this when he was commenting on the State of the National Address presented in Parliament by President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika in Lilongwe, during the official opening of the 2017/18 National budget meeting.

“In 2016/17 financial year government has managed to implement some of the reforms, we have seen land and access to information bills been implemented and this year we hope that government will do the same,” he said.

Gerrmann further said EU is waiting for the 2017/18 budget to see government priority areas and to support them.

He added that the number of development that were mentioned regarding Secondary Education, Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS) and Irrigation are among the projects EU is currently supporting in the country.

British High Commissioner to Malawi Holly Titt said they will continue supporting government priorities and also asked government to make sure that peace and stability continues for the country’s economy to grow.

President Mutharika in delivering the State of the National Address outlined some of the achievement done during the 2016/17 financial year in education as his government completed the rehabilitation of three national secondary schools, namely: Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu Government secondary schools.

He added that government is in the process of upgrading 49 Community Day Secondary Schools to conventional secondary schools, and currently 21 Community Day Secondary Schools across the country have been upgraded.

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2 thoughts on “EU commends Malawi on reform implementation”

  1. Tsalayekha Mzika says:

    The problem with you, my friend is that you fail to see things in a big picture. If one is struggling in one area of life this does not translate to ones total failure. The very same person can be a star performer in another area. Therefore, for an all-rounder thinker, there is nothing wrong with what the mzungu has said. Look at the big picture my friend. Appreciate what needs to be appreciated and criticize what deserves criticism.

  2. benjones says:

    But you azungu’s are two faced people. Are you sure that the implemented reforms are any good in favor with Malawians. Just last week this man was criticizing the government for not speeding the cashgate cases and today a different story.

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