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HRDC Stage Anti Government Demonstrations On 7 December

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The Human Rights Defenders Coalition says it will hold demonstrations on 7 December if the government fails to address fuel scarcity and other challenges in Malawi.

HRDC Chairperson Gift Trapence has said this in Lilongwe during a media briefing titled “Enough is Enough”.

Vice chairperson Michael Kaiyatsa says the organisation has given so much time to government, but lives of Malawians have deteriorated under the current administration.

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