Malawi Elections

Malawi court rejects president’s appeal

The Constitutional Court also found that less than a third of the results from the more than 5000 polling stations had been certified by the auditors by the time Ansah declared Peter Mutharika winner of the presidential race

Mutharika to appeal overturning of Malawi poll win

Mgeme Kalilani, the president's spokesperson, described the ruling as "a serious miscarriage of justice and an attack on the foundations of the country’s democracy..."

In historic decision, Malawi annuls presidential election

Top court says that electoral irregularities were ‘widespread, systematic and grave’

Malawi’s Mutharika re-elected amid vote-rigging claims

The final count of last week's vote was released after a court battle

Malawi court suspends release of vote results over ‘irregularities’

The main opposition party had on Saturday obtained an injunction from the court barring the electoral commission from releasing the results

Malawi is Southern Africa’s next big election

Malawi’s president faces stiff competition. But the politics will be different even if he doesn’t win

Malawi’s Banda concedes defeat in presidential election

Joyce Banda has congratulated her arch-rival Peter Mutharika for winning Malawi's presidential election whose result she initially challenged.

Mutharika wins Malawi’s disputed presidential poll

Democratic Progressive Party leader Peter Mutharika has been declared the winner of disputed presidential elections after defeating Joyce Banda.

Malawi vote recount could take two months

The decision to hold a manual recount of all votes cast in the May 20 election has the blessing of most as they agree the elections were not fair.

Malawi court rejects Banda’s call to annul elections

Malawi's high court has issued an injunction barring President Joyce Banda from interfering in the electoral process.

Malawi election annulment challenged

Malawi's electoral body says President Joyce Banda has no power to scrap elections, while her main political rival says the decision is "illegal".

Malawi elections scrapped, Banda orders new vote

Malawi's President Joyce Banda says she will not take part in a new vote, which she called after nullifying Tuesday's elections.

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