CFF Proposes for Chichewa Language Use in Parliament


The Centre For The Future (CFF) and its justice branch, “Muvi wa Chilungamo”, has proposed Chichewa be a language of communication in national assembly for all Members of Parliament (MPs) to understand and be able to interpret laws.

The CFF says MPs have found themselves into contempt of court because they failed to interpret the order from the court that in 150 days, parliament should formulate the laws for the fresh elections .

The organisation accuses the DPP of instructing its MPs to remain outside parliament and in their cars so that they do not vote ” Yes” for a 50+1 bill.

This is contained in a video clip circulating on the social media by Saunders Jumah, the Utopian.

The CFF says it is all aware that MPs particularly from the DPP are working hard to derail the process of holding fresh elections through delaying parliamentary proceedings.