A political analyst in the country has advised the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) to stop attacking each other in Parliament.
The two parties have been involved in verbal wars in the current session of Parliament.
In the house, Francis Kasaila who is a DPP Member of Parliament said MCP is trying to take over power by using chiefs even though the traditional leaders have refused to be used.
However, MCP spokesperson Jessie Kabwila trashed the accusations and claimed that MCP is only concerned with the welfare of Malawians.
But a political expert in the country, Happy Kayuni said there is need for the two sides to resolve their differences.
“Though it is normal in a democratic country that there can be misunderstandings between rival parties there is need for the two parties to agree that they will not discuss their disagreements in Parliament,” said Kayuni.
He added that this is affecting discussions in the house as instead of issues that would bail out Malawians from the current problems, politics is taking center stage.