UDC women await feedback

BNF women's league at Tonota during the conference
BNF women's league at Tonota during the conference

FRANCISTOWN: The opposition coalition women’s leagues are awaiting a response from the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) in regards to the proposal to have 10 women parliamentary candidates for the next general elections.

During the last Botswana National Front Women’s League (BNFWL) congress, which was held in Tonota around November, BNFWL president Dorcas Mothusi said they were going to propose to the UDC central committee to have 10 women parliamentary candidates for the upcoming general elections.

Speaking to Mmegi, BNFWL secretary general, Resego Kgosidintsi said that they wrote a joint letter representing women’s leagues within UDC parties to the National Executive Committee (NEC). UDC partners include the BNF, Botswana Congress Party (BCP) and Botswana Peoples Party (BPP).

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