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Flag of Malawi

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Coat of Arms of the Republic of Malawi

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Presuming DSBE's plans to expand to Windhoek, Namibia are realized, and that the Republic of Malawi demonstrates enough stability by the time DSBE's operations in Windhoek would be strong enough, the Public Relations Department of DSBE in conjuction with its Legal Services Division will focus on the following areas of legislation in the Republic of Malawi as DSBE extends operations into that country.

  • Agricultural regulations for crops including, but not limited to, coffee*, cotton*, eucalyptus*, hemp*, rice, and tea;
  • Civil liberties for the equality of people regardless of gender, race, religion, or sexual orientation;
  • Civil liberties for the freedoms of speech and assembly;
  • Civil liberties for religious practices;
  • Environmental regulations to preserve Malawi's natural resources;
  • Labor laws to strengthen employee wages, working conditions, and ability to unionize;
  • Laws to combat human trafficking and enslavement;
  • Laws to limit the predation and exploitation of Malawi by foriegn corporations and governents, such as DSBE.


* Currently farmed.

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