Banda Sworn In As Malawi President
Longtime women's rights activist and Malawian Vice President Joyce Banda took charge of her homeland Saturday, ending two days of political intrigue after the death of President Bingu wa Mutharika.
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#1 Apr 9, 2012
Ms. Banda does not have the support of the ruling party. I believe that her falling out with the party was due to differences of political philosophy and other issues relating to governing. The lack of party support at all levels of the government will hamper President Bandas ability to lead the country. Add this to the fact that she might be a lame duck president and it doubtful that any of her initiatives will be implemented.
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