DPP speaks against increase in number of constituencies

[Face Of Malawi - Malawi] - 24/11/2022
The Democratic Progress Party (DPP) has reiterated its position against the increase in the number of constituencies from 193 to 229. The party, through its spokesperson Shadric Namalomba, has issued a statement arguing that Malawi, which is classified by the World Bank as among least developed (...)
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