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John Chisi Attributes Security Breakdown to Increased Unemployment Rate

26 November 2014 10:09:56 Malawi Voice

One of the May 2014 Presidential contenders Professor John Chisi says the unprecedented breakdown in the country’s security system is due to the higher rate of the youth who remain unemployed. Since this year’s elections, the country has witnessed devastating increase in criminal activities. And Chisi, who also leads the Umodzi Party (UP), says dreams Related Posts: Malawi To Have National Development Bank-Umodzi Party Umodzi Party Convention On This December, Welcomes Defectors Forcing Joyce Banda to Resign Is Tantamount to Coup… Road To May 20: MEC Approves 11 Candidates, Professor John… Prof John Chisi Will Not Dissolve Umodzi Party

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Party lists Swapo, UDF members without consent

24 November 2014 06:20:23 The Namibian

THREE Usakos residents who claim to be Swapo and UDF members, said they were put on the Christian Democratic Voice (CDV) candidates' list without their consent.

Vice All News Time24 November 2014 06:20:23

UDF, DPP Merge in the Offing

22 October 2014 08:30:02 WN.com - Africa News

The notion "if u cannot beat, join them" could apply very well in the case of the opposition United Democratic Front (UDF), who are on the verge of merging with the ruling Democratic people's party (DPP)....

Vice All News Time22 October 2014 08:30:02

Two Independent members of parliament (MPs) Joins DPP and UDF

02 September 2014 17:21:54 Malawi Voice

Two independent Member of Parliament Dr. Chidanti Malunga of Nsanje south West and Pemba Msusa for Mangochi Masongola have joined Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and United Democratic Front (UDF) respectively Announcing this in the national assembly today, Deputy Speaker of Parliament Esther Mcheka Chilenje Nkhoma announced this in parliament today that said two members parliament Related Posts: Finance Minister To Present 2014/2015 Budget Tuesday… UDF Rules Itself Out of Speakership Contest: We Don’t… Road To May 20:Nsanje Has Six Female Parliamentary… Malawi Parliament Radio Station in Offing The New Parliament Business Committee Includes…

Vice All News Time02 September 2014 17:21:54

UDF Reviews Election Manifesto

02 September 2014 13:22:13 WN.com - Africa News

Swakopmund -The secretary general of the United Democratic Front (UDF), Hage Gaweseb, revealed that party members who convened over the weekend at Swakopmund successfully discussed the party's election manifesto and referred it to the executive committee (Exco) meeting for final review....

Vice All News Time02 September 2014 13:22:13

UDF Confident of More Parliamentary Seats

02 September 2014 11:17:18 WN.com - Africa News

UNITED Democratic Front (UDF) president Apius Auchab says he is confident his party will get more seats in parliament next year....

Vice All News Time02 September 2014 11:17:18

UDF confident of more parliamentary seats

02 September 2014 07:51:18 The Namibian

UNITED Democratic Front (UDF) president Apius Auchab says he is confident his party will get more seats in parliament next year.

Vice All News Time02 September 2014 07:51:18

Parties can learn from the UDF

20 August 2014 21:43:43 WN.com - World News

At a time when SA is experiencing a breakdown of trust, there are remarkable lessons parties can learn from the UDF, says Thabani Khumalo. Pretoria - Today the United Democratic Front (UDF) celebrates its 31st anniversary. It was formed to unite hundreds of progressive organisations and co-ordinate protests and revolts against apartheid, particularly the new apartheid constitution in 1983 and the elections to the segregated Tricameral Parliament the following year. It appealed to the white community “to help build a South Africa free from apartheid and violence”. UDF affiliates described 1988 as a year “of stress, conflict, bitterness and strife” “When the UDF...

Vice All News Time20 August 2014 21:43:43

Two Ministers, Parliament Speaker 'Likely BSP Chief Candidates'

26 June 2014 15:28:50 Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev, Defense Minister Angel Naydenov and Parliament Speaker Mihail Mikov have the same chance to head the main ruling party, media reports suggest. Citing comments from Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) high-ranking cadres, website Dariknews.bg sheds light on the ongoing discussions about a possible leadership changes amid numerous calls on BSP Chairman Sergey Stanishev to step down following poor results at the European Parliament elections. Stanishev, who announced Tuesday he was leaving the Bulgarian Parliament in order to become MEP, vowed to retain his seat as the socialists' leader, though admitting new energy and changes were needed within the party. All three "likely" candidates are currently holding key positions in the BSP, with Mikov having the Deputy Chair's seat and Naydenov acting as a spokesman for its National Council. Dragomir Stoynev is also expected to enter the Executive Bureau at the BSP Supreme Council, one of its top decision-making bodies. According to Bulgarian daily Standart, Stanishev is due to personally propose changes in the Executive Bureau within days. The newspaper says he is to place his demands at a session of the BSP's National Council, weeks after having held talks with him, Naydenov and Mikov, who he reportedly considers suitable candidates to succeed him on the top. Atanas Merdzhanov, the party's new Deputy Chair of the socialist parliament group after Yanaki Stoilov left the office in mid-June, is also poised to enter the Bureau. A new party chief is likely either this month or in March 2015 at the latest, according to Standart's BSP sources.

Vice All News Time26 June 2014 15:28:50

Lucius Banda now UDF leader in parliament

26 June 2014 12:23:14 Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi

United Democratic Front (UDF) has appointed Balaka North Parliamentarian Lucius ‘soldier’ Banda as the party’s leader in parliament replacing Atupele Muluzi who has joined cabinet. He will be deputised by former foregn affairs minister Lilian Patel. Muluzi, UDF president, relinquished the position of the party’s leader in parliament following his appointment as Minister of Natural...

Vice All News Time26 June 2014 12:23:14