DPP says won't give up on Leader of Opposition battle

From Face of Malawi Tue Nov 13 2012, 09:03:34

Malawi's former ruling Democratic Progressive Party - DPP - has said it will re-launch its legal battle for leader of opposition in Parliament Monday next week. In an interview with ZBS DPP Spokesperson Mr Nicholas Dausi maintained that the party's leader, Professor Peter Mutharika, brother to the party's former President late Bingu wa Mutharika is [...]

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