A political scientist and some political parties have called for tolerance between State House and Public Affairs Committee (PAC) after a stand off between the two institutions.
Political scientist at Chancellor College Boniface Dulani described the impasse between State House and PAC as unnecessary.
“There should be tolerance between the State House and Public Affairs Committee so that the put Malawi first in whatever they do,” he said.
United Democratic Front (UDF) spokesperson Ken Ndanga advised for tolerance too saying the stand off might breed disunity in Malawi.
He said both State House and PAC officials should serve Malawians not personal interests.
Peoples Party (PP) spolesperson Ken Msonda said the stand off would derail development in the country.
He said officials from the warring parties should be humble and be able to listen to each other.
Presidential aide Mabvuto Bamusi is blaming PAC officials for the stand off and PAC spokesperson Father Peter Mulomole blames State House.
PAC has since cut off communication between the two institutions.