The Anti-Corruption Bureau-ACB-has received a complaint that sympathizers of the Democratic Progressive Party-DPP-have made attempts to bribe the five High court judges now sitting, putting together the verdict of the presidential election case.
President Peter Mutharika and Malawi Congress Party-MCP President, Dr Lazarus Chakwera, have issued Christmas messages which, critics argue, have only been pounced on as opportunity for the two to affirm their political stand-points in the current stale-mate and make distinct their political differences ahead of the presidential election case verdict.
Malawi Catholic bishops say as citizens await the court ruling on the presidential election case, the country faces serious threats to peace and unity.
Constitutional Court is hearing proceedings with an empty public gallery after judge Ivy Kamanga ordered people sitting in the gallery hearing the presidential election case to go out because they were interrupting proceedings.
In the constitutional court in Lilongwe this morning, Malawi Electoral Commission CEO, Sam Alfandika, continues to testify in the presidential election case.
An accountability and transparency organization says it will embark on an exercise to follow how public funds were used in projects and programs funded by international bodies.
Malawi Electoral Commission Chief Executive Officer, Sam Alfandika, has admitted in court that he sent election results for approval by commissioners when auditors had not okeyed the results because of observed anomalies.
Witness number two, and the last, for President Peter Mutharika, Bob Chimkango, has begun testifying in the constitutional court currently hearing the presidential election case in Lilongwe.