Organizers of Anti-Ansah demonstrations, Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) have said beginning Tuesday this week they will take back to the streets to force Malawi Electoral Commission (MC) chairperson Jane Ansah to resign.
The announcement was made following the failure of the coalition to deliver their petition at Mount Soche in Blantyre where the EFC-SADC conference was taking place.
Suspected Democratic Progressive (DPP) cadets disrupted the peaceful march by HRDC resulting into injuries of some HRDC leaders including Billy Mayaya who was manhandled by the cadets.
However, no one from the DPP and government side has condemned the behavior conducted by the suspected cadets.
On Thursday, Members of Parliament cornered the Minister of Homeland Security Nicholas Dausi who is also DPP spokesperson to give a report on the incident that happened in Blantyre.