Former ruling Democratic Progressive Party  (DPP) has set aside conflict resolution meetings meant to address factions in the party.

At the moment, the party stands divided with one faction loyal to its President Peter Mutharika whilst another loyal to leader of opposition Kondwani Nankhumwa.

Besides, the battle for succession, the DPP membership is divided on who leads the party in Parliament as legitimate leader of opposition.

Two weeks ago the two sides met where it was agreed that Nankhumwa should seek an indefinite adjournment in a case in which he is challenging is his expulsion from party- to pave way for dialogue.

Nankhumwa sought the adjournment in the case pending the outcome of the discussions.

In an interview with MIJ Online, Brown Mpinganjira, spokesperson for DPP said the discussions will commence soon but they will be done in camera.

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