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Speech made at a Meeting with Principal Secretaries on 20th May 2013

Speech made at a Meeting with Principal Secretaries on 20th May 2013

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SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY HER EXCELLENCY DR. JOYCE BANDA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI, DURING A MEETING WITH PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES AND HEADS OF INDEPENDENT AND CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES, TO BE HELD ON MONDAY, 20TH MAY, 2013, AT
KAMUZU PALACE, LILONGWE, AT 9:00 A.M.
SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY HER EXCELLENCY DR. JOYCE BANDA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI, DURING A MEETING WITH PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES AND HEADS OF INDEPENDENT AND CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES, TO BE HELD ON MONDAY, 20TH MAY, 2013, AT
KAMUZU PALACE, LILONGWE, AT 9:00 A.M.

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 SPEECH TO BE DELIVERED BY HER EXCELLENCY DR. JOYCEBANDA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI, DURING AMEETING WITH PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES AND HEADS OFINDEPENDENT AND CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES, TO BE HELD ONMONDAY, 20
TH
MAY, 2013, ATKAMUZU PALACE, LILONGWE, AT 9:00 A.M.
 
THE CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT, MRS. HAWANDILOWE;
 
THE DEPUTY CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT, MR.WILLIE SAMUTE;
 
THE COMMANDER OF THE MALAWI DEFENCE FORCE,GENERAL ODILLO;
 
THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE MALAWI POLICE SERVICE,MR. LOT DZONZI;
 
PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES;
 
HEADS OF INDEPENDENT AND CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES;
 
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
 
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INTRODUCTION
I am delighted to preside over this meeting which has given me aunique opportunity to interact with you as Principal Secretariesand top most Senior Officials of the Malawi Public Service. Thisoccasion is very important as it has afforded me a chance to sharewith you my thoughts regarding your role in the effective deliveryof public services and how as Public Servants you may take part in
the fulfilment of my Government’s vision. I shall
, during thismeeting, also expect to hear and receive your views on how bestwe may move together to achieve the socio-economicdevelopment of our country in an effort to eradicate povertyamong the populace of Malawi.Before I proceed, may I welcome you all to Kamuzu Palace. I amaware that most of you have visited this place before while onvarious assignments, but there could be others who have not.Please feel free and relax.My address today will tackle matters that I feel are meant tomotivate and facilitate an effective service delivery system in thePublic Service and to cement a mutual and conducive workingenvironment in the Public Service in general and the Civil Service inparticular. I will, therefore, dwell on the following matters:-
 
My vision for Malawi;
 
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The state of the economy and your contribution towardsrecovery;
 
Public Service Reforms;
 
The role of the Malawi Public Service and commitment toduty;
 
Performance accountability;
 
Discipline and public service integrity;
 
Relations between a Minister and a Principal Secretary; and
 
Fraud and Corruption.
MY VISION FOR MALAWI
My vision for Malawi is to have a Malawi where her citizens enjoytheir freedom, dignity and sense of pride, and maximize their capacity to realise their social, political and economicempowerment. My mission is to eradicate poverty througheconomic growth and wealth creation.I would like to invite all of you to run with me to achieve this visionand mission, starting with recovering the economy.
THE STATE OF THE ECONOMY AND YOUR CONTRIBUTIONTOWARDS RECOVERY

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