United Transformation Movement (UTM) party has been appointed to chair programmes of Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) for the next six months.
UTM Secretary General Patricia Kaliati confirmed of the development in a statement posted on her official facebook page seen by Faceofmalawi reporter.
According to Kaliati, the official handover ceremony took place at Ufulu Gardens in Lilongwe.
â€śAfternoon my seniors. It’s a pleasure to share with you that this week UTM has been officially appointed to chair the programmes of Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) for the next six months.
â€śMay I also take this opportunity to thank you all for the usual support and for being the reason UTM is growing bigger each passing day,â€ť wrote Kaliati.
The Centre for Multiparty Democracy â€“ Malawi (CMD-M) is a membership organization principally for political parties who are represented in the National Assembly of Malawi.
In order to achieve inclusivity, the membership is extended to non parliamentary parties, who are represented on the CMD Board as a block.
The binding factor in CMD is the collective will of its member political parties to ensure the entrenchment of multiparty democracy by encouraging and supporting dialogue among political parties.
Registered in 2005, that collective will by parties to promote the entrenchment multiparty democracy has seen the CMD â€“ M initiative a number of cross party programs aimed at developing the capacity of political parties so that they are better positioned to champion their cause.
Follow our Instagram