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UK MP’s questions Malawi’s leadership decisions

By Amalawi - Thu Aug 02, 9:35 pm

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UK MP’s in Westminster have raised questions on the leadership of the current PP government. Some MP’s are concerned with some decisions that have been taken by the present Malawi government. The failure to invoke section 65 of the constitution raised a lot of questions amongst some UK MP’s.

The Malawi president Joyce Banda was undecided on the issue and that is a concern on such a straight forward issue. The President is now getting a mixed rating from Members of parliament in the United Kingdom, praising her for the reforms she has undertaken since assuming office and at the same time querying some of her unconstitutional decisions.

Malcom Bruce Chairman of UK  International Select committee

Malcom Bruce Chairman of UK International Select committee

The International Development committee in the House of Commons which is chaired by Malcolm Bruce questions the decisions taken on section 65.
The committee as well as most Malawians believes that there is enough evidence and indeed a good reason to invoke section 65.

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