Six days to polling in the court-sanctioned fresh presidential election, President Peter Mutharika is today starting off on a campaign tour of the central and Northern region.
Parliament says is yet to receive formal feedback from President Peter Mutharika on electoral bills he has purportedly refused to assent to as well as a recommendation that Malawi Electoral Commission Commissioners should be fired.
Only weeks after castigating the opposition and likening some local civil society groups such as the Human Rights Defenders Coalition-HRDC-as terrorist entities, President Peter Mutharika on Friday extended a political olive branch to the same stressing the need for unity in diversity.
The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi-APAM-has written Secretary to Government demanding an audience with President Peter Mutharika over a delayed report of findings of a commission of inquiry instituted into attacks of persons with albinism in Malawi.
President Peter Mutharika says is he is waiting, with keen interest, the outcomes of police investigations into what happened at Msundwe in October where a police officer was stoned to death on duty and a string of women and girls allege were raped and defiled by men in uniform.
President Peter Mutharika believes his political opponents are the architects of existing anarchy and lawlessness in Malawi because they are frustrated by loss in May elections.
President Peter Mutharika has appointed two ruling party politicians to foreign diplomatic missions.