The decision by President Peter Mutharika to withhold assent to recently passed electoral reforms bills has sparked a national discourse as the country prepares for fresh elections following the February orders of the Constitutional Court in the presidential election case.
Chairperson of the Sadc Organ on Politics, Defense and Security Cooperation, Zimbabwe President, Emmerson Mnangagwa has commended parties involved in the election petition in Namibia for channeling electoral disputes through established legal mechanisms.
Chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission, Dr. Jane Ansah, and her eight other commissioners are expected to appear before the Public Appointment Committee of Parliament on Monday as the committee begins responding to recent orders of the Constitutional Court in the unprecedented ruling of the presidential election case.
The Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC-and President Peter Mutharika have filed applications asking the courts to order that effect of the recent ruling of the Constitutional Court on the Presidential election case be delayed to allow for a pending appeal case, for which they have also both filed notice.
Speaker of Parliament, Catherine Gotani Hara, has called for a media briefing Thursday apparently to outline how the house is going to respond to Monday orders by the Constitutional Court which was hearing the presidential election dispute.
The Malawi Congress Party-MCP-has called for what it is calling a victory rally at its’ headquarters at City Centre in the capital, Lilongwe.
The European Union says it stands ready to support Malawi “unity and democratic credentials”, following the ruling of the Constitutional Court last evening which nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential election and subsequently called for fresh election in 150 days.
The Constitutional Court has nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential election on the basis of widespread irregularities and has ordered fresh elections within 150 days.
Jerome Sibande, a 16 years-old Malawian studying in South Africa has emerged number one in overall results of 2019 high school Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations in South Africa.
Emerging investigative findings suggest that Kottana Maria Chidyaonga was administered an anaesthetic drug called vecuronium at the first clinic where she was brought before her referral to Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe for respiratory support and treatment.