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“Pursue issue-based politics”

A call has gone out to political parties to focus on issue-based politics rather than castigation.

According to Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) Programmes Officer, Maxwel Mvula, the political landscape has changed and Malawians can no longer be swayed by hate speeches.

He was speaking at Chirimba Teachers Development Centre in Blantyre during a day-long training for district coordinators on new electoral laws, conflict management and resolution ahead of the 2025  general election.

District Elections Officer for Blantyre City, Lucius Suwedi, said the training will help spur active participation in the forthcoming polls.

One of the participants, Joe Nsapato from Zomba District Council, said he will work with the District Multiparty Liason Committees to sensitise communities on the dangers of conflict during elections.

The Malawi Electoral Commission will launch the general election as well as registration  period in September this year.

 

By Morson Maluwa

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