HRDC Join Protests for Judicial Independence

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has endorsed demonstrations by some lawyers aimed at forcing the Executive arm of government to respect the Judiciary following an avalanche of attacks on judges by the president and cabinet ministers.

APM Joins Campaign; Spits Venom

Presidential candidate for the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), President Peter Mutharika, has joined campaign after a month since its opening.

Commentators not surprised with APM on Campaign

Commentators say it is not surprising that President Peter Mutharika has joined a campaign trail now after going missing in public for some time.

Fresh Election Not Will of People – APM

President Peter Mutharika has insisted that he won the nullified May 21, 2019 presidential election and that the fresh election is not the will of Malawians.

APM Apologizes to Churches over Police Action

President Arthur Peter Mutharika has apologized to churches in Balaka after police on Sunday chased worshipers as part of efforts against spread of Corona virus.

Mutharika Tells Confusionists to Leave DPP

President Peter Mutharika has asked some senior members that are causing confusion in the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to leave.

Mutharika Orders MDF, MPS to Stop Protesters

President Peter Mutharika has ordered the Malawi Defense Force (MDF) and the Malawi Police Services (MPS) to stop the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) led protests from shutting down the state house.

Mutharika Launches Loans Programme

President Peter Mutharika has launched the Youth and Women Loan Program with a call to politicians and civil society organizations to join him empowering the youth.

Mutharika Challenges Elections Nullification

President Peter Mutharika has instructed his legal team to file an appeal against a ruling by the high court sitting as a constitutional court that nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential elections on Monday.

APM Maintains Ready to Meet Opposition

President Peter Mutharika has reiterated his wish for a round table discussion with leaders of opposition political parties on the current political impasse.

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