BPF MPs against formation of new party


Some of Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) legislators have vehemently spoken against the formation of a new political party but instead advocate for resolving existing party matters internally.

The concerned members believe that there is still room for factionalism, which is wreaking havoc in the party, to be handled better. Serowe North Member of Parliament, Baratiwa Mathoothe said on Wednesday that their differences can be addressed.

“We have to be focused on the ground and address the needs of Batswana. As a BPF MP, I believe our differences can be resolved and we cannot keep on fighting,” he said in an interview.

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