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President Peter Mutharika’s decision to present his State of the Nation address via a recorded video angered opposition members of parliament who demanded an explanation.
This was despite the Speaker of Parliament Catherine Gotani Hara telling the house that the arrangement was arrived at in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Leader of Opposition Lobin Lowe argued that the President had a constitutional mandate to deliver his address in the house.
He insisted that a recorded address could set a dangerous precedent