Malawi government happy with CSOs

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Presidential advisor on non-government organizations Mavuto Bamusi says government recognizes the important roles played by civil society organisations (CSOs) in the

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Bamusi: Hailed CSOS.

country.

For some time now CSOs have been petitioning government on issues of good governance including on the failure by government to table the Access to Information (ATI) bill during the just ended session of Parliament.

But Bamusi said government will continue extending an olive branch to the CSOs.

“Government is committed towards working with CSO’s on developmental issues but CSOs must stop the tendency of giving government ultimatums on issues we can discuss on a roundtable,” said Bamusi.

He further said that president Mutharika prioritises dialogue and the best way is not to petition government but to take the matter for discussion.

In the just ending year, CSOS have been on government’s neck over miscellaneous social issues haunting the nation.

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  1. lwe Mabvuto Bamusi and your autocratic dpp govt. are both very stupid.

    How do you expect Malawians and the CSOs kneeling down before you for a dialogue yet you claim yoiurselves to be the most superior bandits with all the powersin your dirty hands?
    Just last week , what did your autocratic president tell Malawians and the globe as a whole in regard to the CSOs automatums? How many times have both Malawians and the CSOs requested your so called dpp led govt. to come together and resolve issues in question amicably?

  2. KUYAMIKIRA ZA ZII CHIFUKWA ANAKUPATSANI NDALAMA A BINGU MMALO MOYIMIRA ANTHU WOVUTIKA MUKUBAKIRA BOMA PAMENE LIKUPANGA ZOIPA NDALAMA NDI SATANADI ETI