Mutharika delays Malawi post-election peace talks – PAC

Officials from the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says the peace talks aimed at ending the current political impasse have stalled as the quasi-religious body is waiting for President Peter Mutharika’s approval for appointment.

President Mutharika is expected to give PAC an audience

PAC chairman Felix Chingota said having met all the stakeholders in the talks who include the opposition and civil rights activists, it was imperative to meet president Mutharika to brief him on the outcome of the talks with the other political players before charting the way forward.

“We wrote State House long ago seeking an audience with the president but we are yet to get a response,” said Chingota.

He was however optimistic that the audience with Mutharika would be guaranteed before the ruling of the landmark presidential case.

There was no immediate reaction from State House but in an earlier interview, presidential spokesperson Mgeme Kalilani said the Office of the President and Cabinet was handling the matter.

PAC already met UTM’s Saulos Chilima, Malawi Congress Party’s Lazarus Chakwera and officials from the Human Rights Defenders Coalition

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Pheee
2 years ago

Foolish. What peace talks are you talking about? You think Mutharika is a fool like you pac. You want talks when you started war and you know that you are loosing the case in in court
Peter don’t respond and don’t go for peace talks they have a hidden agenda
Munya muoona. Tingotibulanapi apa. Munaziputa kale

braveheart
2 years ago

Opposition political party PAC just go to hell!

masoambeta
masoambeta
2 years ago

Nyani wachilomwe uyu. Talking about peace when your cadets are harassing innocent people. Corruption is sky high nkudzabelanso chisankho pompo. You’re taking people for granted. Munya manyi Chaka chino. Beware that if MEC wins this case dziko likhala pa moto woti sunaoneke. Babylon will burn.

Ndilipano
Ndilipano
2 years ago
Reply to  masoambeta

Kodi iweso ndiye uti do you know dziko yourself?

James
James
2 years ago
Reply to  Ndilipano

Kupepera kumeneko Peter akuyenera kupitiliza palibe amene azakhare wabwino a ngakhare ku America anthu akuvutika ndiye what about kuno

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