Government has said it would attend a conference on the ‘future of Malawi’ orgnaised by quasi religious body and governance watchdog, the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) this end of the month.
Minister of Information and Communications Technology Nicholas Dausi said the daring differences between PAC and the Executive, a powerful government delegation would attend the indaba if invited.
“The government has always cherished the ideals of contact and dialogue so, if invited, we would attend,” he said.
PAC recently declared that the Peter Mutharika administration has completely failed citing the rise in poverty levels, high corruption rate and the tattered economy.
The organisation also accuses the government of arrogance.
However, the government hit back at PAC, describing the organisation as political, that it is off track, used by opposition politicians and that the government has lost trust in the body.
Dausi said the government believes if PAC uses the forum for constructive debate, Malawi would be a better place to live in despite the differences.
Government sent almost a dozen cabinet ministers, presidential aides and other top officials to last year’s meeting last year.