A political expert has downplayed influence of party Vice Presidents

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A political expert has downplayed influence of party Vice Presidents on improving chances of various parties during general elections.
The remarks by Chancellor College-based commentator Ernest Thindwa follow a tendency by parties of choosing Vice Presidents in various regions to boost party structures during polls.
But Thindwa has questioned rationale behind such procedure saying although the measure is aimed at making parties have a national face; parties are still concentrated in regions.
According to Thindwa, the country has only witnessed running mates playing a central role of being king makers during elections by amassing more votes in region of origin.

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