DPP regrets stoning of ruling Peoples Party supporters

From Face of Malawi Fri Nov 16 2012, 02:03:53

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has said it regrets the Thyolo violence where 16 supporters of Malawi's ruling People's Party (PP) DPP regrets stoning of ruling Peoples Party supporters . But DPP spokesperson Nicholas Dausi on Wednesday denied responsibility, reiterating that the party does not condone violence. "We do not condone violence, but as a [...]

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