Opposition People’s Party (PP) has maintained its pressure on government to ensure maize is available in all Admarc depots and faces an unspecified action should the government fail to do so within 30 days.
PP acting president Uladi Mussa said in addition, the opposition has given President Peter Mutharika up to 90 days to improve the country’s ailing economy.
“We are not revealing our next course of action but the ultimatums are there, we are monitoring the situation to see if there is any improvement,” he said, claiming the ultimatums were jointly issued with the main opposition, the Malawi Congress Party (MCP).
The opposition are also calling on President to resign within 90 days.
Ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) spokesman Francis Katsaira said the opposition has no Constitutional mandate to force the president resign.
He said President Mutharika and his ruling party will be in government until 2019 when Malawians will choose their next leader and government in a general election.
PP claims the party will consider an electoral alliance with the MCP to oust Mutharika in the 2019 poll but Mutharika is upbeat he would defeat the opposition thoroughly.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :