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The Catholic Bishop for Chikwawa Diocese has asked Malawians to pray for politicians to promote peace and unity as the country is scheduled to hold Tripartite Election in May, 2019.

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UTM Downplays Fears of Regionalistic Politics

UTM has downplayed fears that low representation of northern region in the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) will impact the party negatively as it prepares for the 2019 Tripartite Election.

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13, 244 Names Removed From Voters Roll

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has removed a total of 13,244 names of multiple registrants on the voter’s register and admission that some people were registering more than once.

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MCP, UTM Fight for Supremacy in Lower Shire

The main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and the United Transformation Movement (UTM) over the weekend stormed Chikwawa district in a bid to gain mileage from the Lower Shire ahead of next year’s polls.

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No Time for Chilima and Company

The events of this week, and probably the next few to come, are an indication that all is not rosy in the camp of renegade vice president Saulos Chilima and his United Transformation Movement (UTM). From disagreements within his rank and file to conflict with the law – one can only conclude that the so-called movement is nothing but a fallacy that is not worth the hullabaloo it is trying to cause.   

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4.6 Million People Register for 2019 Polls

Chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Justice Dr. Jane Ansah has disclosed that 4, 655, 942 people have registered in the ongoing voter registration exercise.

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Chilima Endorses Nationwide Demonstrations

Vice President Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima has endorsed the nationwide demonstrations organized by civil society organizations slated for 21 September, 2018.

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The Forestry Department says it will investigate the vehicle that is alleged to have made way through a number of checkpoints despite being overladen with bags of charcoal, apparently because it had a 2019 Boma inscription on its registration number plate.

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MEC Slashes Nomination Fees

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has heed calls by youth activists to reduce nomination fees to enable more youth and other special groups to participate in the 2019 Tripartite Elections. 

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As Malawi’s moves closer to the 2019 polls, communities in Mzimba have called for an end to handouts during the campaign trail, saying it puts women candidates at a disadvantage due to financial constraints.

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