State house has confirmed that Malawi voted no to UN investigation on Palestine Israel conflict
Answering a question on the matter during the state house press briefing presidential Press secretary Brian Banda said Ministry of foreign affairs is the one that participates at the vote not the president
He said Ministries of justice and foreign affairs are ready to answer any query regarding the matter
Banda said president chakwera’s support for human rights of all people is unwavering
He then refuted reports that salary of the president has been raised saying “the increment is not done at state house but by treasury and other stakeholders.”
Banda stressed that secretary to president and cabinet is not responsible to answer questions from journalists but the minister of information who is also government spokesperson
Commenting on covid 19 fund audit report findings, he referred the reporter to Malawi police service saying it is the one handling the matter
Opening the briefing Director of communications and executive assistant to the president Shone (Sean) Kampondeni said Chakwera will over the week commission Tedzani 4 project under ministry of energy to boost power supply
“The president will engage high level meeting with United Nations general assembly among other activities,” Kampondeni
While in the eastern region, the president will meet people to hear their concerns on development activities.
Kapondeni also notified the general public that the state house renovation has been completed and president Chakwera has gone back to Kamuzu Palace from Mtunthama where he has been lodging.
Executive director of Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation CHRR Michael Kaiyatsa condemned Malawi for voting no to UN investigation on Palestine Israel conflict