Chakwera in parliament to face questions from MPs

President Lazarus Chakwera will be in Parliament this afternoon to answer members’ questions from back benchers.

State President Chakwera: Question Time

State House Press Office says the President will be in the Chamber at 2pm.

The statement says Chakwera’s appearance in parliament to answer questions is in compliance with section 89(4) of the Constitution which is in fulfilment of his promise to govern by the rule of law.

This will be the second time that Chakwera will be appearing in parliament to be grilled by members of parliament.

His predecessor, Peter Mutharika refused to appear before parliament for question time.

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Segwe
Segwe
4 months ago

Failure

The Patriot
The Patriot
4 months ago

If he was doing a great deal in real development then we wouldn’t worry much about these issues of going to parliament for public opinion spinning. Actually I am afraid this government best effort is propaganda and manipulating public image by pushing things under the rug. In real terms we are actually regressing.

Aziz
Aziz
4 months ago

Parliament should realise its not wise to question a failure. Failures should simply be impeached.

Banda
Banda
4 months ago

Mutharika was a LAW Professor but did not respect the Rule of Law or the Constitution which he assisted in Drafting. PRESIDENTS should be held accountable to the nation and those who voted for him. Malawi has an elected President not a Dictatorship or Monarch Head of State.

gogo petulo
4 months ago

Hereis the president Malawi has been waiting for

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago

Feeling good about this type of governance….kudos Dr LMC

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