AP cautioned against factionalism

Some members of the AP are not in agreement with the party leadership’s decision to dump cooperation talks 
PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Some members of the AP are not in agreement with the party leadership’s decision to dump cooperation talks PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Political analyst Lesole Machacha says the Alliance for Progressives (AP) leadership should not take lightly issues surrounding the party because they may lead to the formation of a splinter party.

Some members of AP who are not in agreement with the party leadership's decision to dump cooperation talks with the Botswana Congress Party (BCP) and the Botswana Labour Party (BLP) have defied the party.

This has caused tensions in the party and some members have started attacking their party openly on social media and even holding press conferences in support of the BCP.

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