PP displeased with Atupele Muluzi's support for anti-govt demonstrations

From Face of Malawi Fri Dec 14 2012, 04:43:11

The People's Party (PP) has said it believes there are forces behind Atupele Muluzi's support for the demonstrations being organised by the Consumers association of Malawi (Cama) slated for January. Muluzi said on Monday that his party supported the protest as it was a constitutional right to express their views. But PP is displeased with [...]

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