BPF factions to clash in court again


For a political party that turned four years old this year, the future has never looked so bleak for the Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) with two powerful factions of the party, incessantly at each other’s throats.

The BPF has not known peace for the longest time now and its two centres of power now threaten to tear the party asunder if not well managed in their attempts to cement the control of the party.

Lately, the BPF has been managed from the courtrooms and it does not seem this will end any time soon. By the time this story is published, another court decision is likely to have been delivered, may be on a motion of urgency.

Editor's Comment
Respect public institutions Mr Pres

Leaders must uphold the rule of law and ensure justice, but Masisi’s remarks raise serious concerns on the separation of powers and the independence of the justice system.Masisi’s claim that he personally instructed authorities not to handcuff Khama, regardless of the legal circumstances, undermines the principles of justice and equality before the law.As Head of State, Masisi should respect the judicial process and avoid interfering in...

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