Trouble is brewing in Malawi after the opposition rejected to discuss the National Budget for the 2007/2008 session .
Concerned citizens are jamming up radio stations and the only television station threatening to deal with opposition Members of Parliament(MPs).
They have been putting adverts on radio stations calling people to a general meeting on July 31,2007 to pave the way forward.
They have ,however, threatened they would deal with opposition MPs should they continue their stand of refusing to discuss the budget,
"A foot for a foot.Will they pay us money ?What about medicine in hospitals?do they know many people are almost dying of HIV/AIDS"?said chairman of concerned citizens in anger.
University students have already threatened hey would deal with opposition MPs should they refuse to go back to Parliament to discuss the budget.
So far since the incumbent President Dr Bingu Wa Mutharika assumed te reigns of power,government Universities have not been interrupted by strikes or any type of stand off.
Oppositio MPs are demanding that section 65 which empowers the Speaker to declare the seats vacant should be discussed in Parliament.
Affected MPs who joined other parties went to the HIgh Court and were succesfully to get an injuction restraining the Speaker to declare their seats vacant until he judicial review.
This angered the opposition and insisted that they will not discuss the budget until the injuction is lifted.
It is feared that government employees will not get their August salaries because the 2006/2007 budget ends on 31 July, this year.