PAC board meets over tiny political parties over alliance for Malawi watershed 2019 polls
Quasi religious body, the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) board meets next Wednesday to consider a request from tiny parties to help them work as one forceful political block during the 2019 Tripartite elections.
PAC spokesperson Father Peter Mulomole said the outside parliament parties had asked PAC to broker a deal among the 16 small parties so that they could field one presidential candidate in order to make an impact during the polls.
Last week’s meeting was attended by former president Joyce Banda raising speculation that she is to be their presidential candidate although this was refuted by Mulomole.
“As PAC, we have not endorsed her, they just asked us to bring all the parties together, we did not endorse anyone,” said Mulomole.
But PPM president Mark Katsonga and Mafunde president George Nnesa said they will be endorsing Banda as the presidential candidate but each party will field its own parliamentary and local government candidates.
Stop wasting your time even if you can merge it you shall never win the elections.Stop being selfish,lets support Chakwera this time to retake and claim our democracy that we fought for in 1994 when this Dictator APM was not there.Stop vote spliting
PAC should desist from being seen to be taking political sides as we approach elections. Is it within PAC’s mandate to do this?
A good move, but I foresee disagreements on the candidate. JB is eying it, but members from other parties will not give her a chance for the cash gate record which happened during her administration.
CASHGATE QUEEN (part 2) kkkkkkkkk we will see!!!!, you have failed Malawians already mama, please go rest, you are part of the grany team who destroyed this country – MCP to udf to dpp to pp, more than 10 yrs in govt mama and look at Malawi today 3rd poorest country, are u also not to blame mama?????? NDALAMA YATHA ku america ha???? so you are planning another cashgate ha kkkkkkkkk. So you take Malawians for fools, you think we have forgotten.