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Banda
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Banda

PAC has created an opportunity that should not be wasted. Lets use this opportunity to voice out our concerns, this government is taking us for granted. Some MP are forgeting that 2019 is around the corner, they seem not concerned with 50+1 but time is coming they will learn a bitter lesson.

Khanyepa
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Khanyepa

Malawi is not for the politians only. Malawi is for Malawians not only from particular region nor tribe. The is no need for some few chiefs and bogus CSOs to be paraded on my tax funded television. This is old fashioned way of life. Malawians have brain, let alone the electral reform bill be table and see the results. Why trying blocking it? How many bills have passed without thorough consultation ? Was the land bill widely consulted? Don’t be afraid of unknown. Once Julius Caesar said and I quote, ” Cawardice die many times before their death and valliants… Read more »

Omex70
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Omex70

I can’t wait! 13 December it’s when DPP will know that Malawians are eagerly looking for the tabling and passing of Electoral Reform bills. Nothing else. Our mercenary Chiefs hired to frustrate these bills will know that they have lost respect which they had in the past.

ngulenjeti
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ngulenjeti

It is sad that some CSO’s are still being used by those that do not want trasperancy and accoutability of elections to be implemented on this land, just because of the few kwachas that they have pocketed from the DPP. its also sad that the opposition and the general public at large are still keepin a distance form this call, we need to be united in pushing for the bill to be tabled in parliament now. we need to support PAC and indeed we need to change this. Just look at Kenya and Liberia this is what we call democracy… Read more »

Eagle
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These recycled DPP leaders are taking Malawians for granted, sponsoring some T/A’s ( Ngolongoliwa, Lundu etc) to look like they’re not in support of tabling the bill, is total mockery to Malawians. Bakili Muluzi tried to mock PAC, parading chiefs to support third term/open term bills but he failed — DPP, your end is so close, take it, leave it.

bwabwalala mlakho wa a lomwe
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bwabwalala mlakho wa a lomwe

Ka demo kayende. This is the only language which DPP understands.

Dipipi wa Yudiefu
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Dipipi wa Yudiefu

Just like we went to parliament to the beat the stupid MPs up during the reign of Bingu, this time around we should ask the MP not to come to their constituents (they should remain at parliament) chifukwa akupanga zofuna okha. Time has come to “Beat the bastards”-new strategy.