Speaker Msowoya leads Malawi Parliamentary Service Commission to UK Westminster

Speaker of the National Assembly Richard Msowoya is leading a delegation of  members of Parliamentary Service Commission to  a tour of duty in Britain  when  they visited Houses of Parliament at Westminster in London.

Speaker of the National Assembly Richard Msowoya : In UK for tour of duty

In an interview with Nyasa Times, Msowoya said the tour of duty  is under the invitation of the UK parliament.

Msowoya said the commission had another  inter parliamentary conference in the city of St peters burg in Russia.

“The meetings in UK will focus on discussion about parliamentary governance and structure. The two sides will share ideas on how best they can work together and learn from each other,” said Msowoya.

“ We have the opportunity to learn a lot from the UK parliament and we have the advantage because our parliamentary structure is originated from the UK House of commons” said Msowoya.

In the delegation,  Msowoya is joined by lawmakers who are commissioners and they include  Dzoole Mwale, Ralph Jooma, Abubakar Mbaya, Aaron Sangala and Emily Chinthu Phiri.

Others on the trip are Chikondi Kachinjika a financial controller, Vitumbiko Chitaya a personal assistant to the Speaker and Sunge Klaumo a personal assistant to the commission.

On Monday the Malawi delegation  had meetings with Scottish National Party (SNP) chief whip Patrick Grady and Emma Armshaw the head of office for SNP Westminster Foundation.

They also met First Deputy Speaker Lindsay Hoyle ad Principal Clerk Crispin Poyster.

Malawi Parliamentary Service Commission delegation also met Chair of the Procedute Committee Charles Walker.



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6 years ago

Congratulations to my member of parliament Hon. Abubakar Mbaya.Kumeneko kulibe kulankula M’CHIYAO , kaya ndiye zikatako bwanji ?
Basi bola allowance baba

Mopiya Mulupare
Mopiya Mulupare
6 years ago

How long are we going to learn from the British. We became their Protectorate in 1891 and since then we have been learning. What has improved?

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