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May

Voting is underway on Tuesday in Malawi’s sixth multi-party polls since 25 years ago, as incumbent President Arthur Peter Mutharika is seeking re-election to commence his second term as Head of State, promising “to improve the economy that creates jobs and wealth.”

20
May

MEC Chairpeson Justice Jane Ansah on Monday bodly told Malawian voters not to fear insecurity, not to be misled by fake news, but to go out and vote to exercise their democratic right. Ansah said this at a news conference in Blantyre, also attended by Duncan Mwapasa, Deputy Inspector General of Police (operations) , Brigadier General Chikunkha Soko of the Malawi Defence Force (MDF) and two senior MEC officials, Sam Alfandika and Harris Potani. MBC Online presents highlights of the conference:

20
May

The following are key points of Malawi as it goes to its sixth democratic poll on May 21 since the collapse of one-party rule of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) in 1994.

20
May

 

MIROSLAV POCHE, the Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission Malawi 2019, answers questions on the May 21 poll:

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