The Human Rights organization under the banner Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has said it has received about one thousand tip offs of corruption cases arising from then ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
Addressing the media this morning in Lilongwe, HRDC Chairperson Gift Trapence said they received the tip offs through their whistle blowing initiative they established months ago.
According to Trapence this is a clear indication that there was massive rot in the past regime.
Trapence further pledged to continue fighting against corruption in the public service in the Tonse Administration.
He has however expressed concern that the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is slow in dealing with corruption cases hence calling for a special tribunal to facilitate quick trial of the cases.
In the meantime, HRDC has announced to establish platforms to provide Malawians with an opportunity to take part in assessing 100 days performance of the Tonse Administration.
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