Elections 2020

Chilima Alleges Ministers’ Plan to Unleash Violence On Opposition

The State Vice President Saulos Chilima has accused some cabinet Ministers of sponsoring the planned violence to be unleashed on opposition party members. Chilima made the allegation on Monday morning during a press in the Capital Lilongwe at UTM's Headquarters in area  10. According to Chilima, the alleged cabinet meeting was chaired by Minister of Finance Joseph Mwananvekha. He further claimed that other government agencies have also...

Judiciary Trashes Rumors’ That Ruling on Presidential Elections Case is Due May 5

The judiciary has trashed rumors that the pending Supreme Court ruling on the Presidential Elections case will be delivered on May 5. This is a direct response to social media reports that were making rounds few day ago regarding the Court verdict against the order of fresh presidential. The reports claim that the ruling will be made a day before presidential candidates submit their nominations papers...

DPP Accuses UTM of Discouraging Voters in Phalombe

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has accused United Transformation Movement (UTM) of discouraging voters in Phalombe as second phase of voter registration is underway in the district. In a statement made available to this publication, DPP alleges that some people from UTM are telling people in Phalombe not to register in preparation of the fresh presidential polls slated for July 2, 2020. According DPP Secretary General Grezelder...

DPP Faults MEC, NRB in the Voter Registration Exersice

The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has expressed concern with how the voter registration exercise is being handled by the responsible authorities in the exercise. In a four paged press statement directed to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairperson Jane Ansah, DPP Secretary General Grezeldar Jeffrey said the National Registration Bureau (NRB) spent less days in Blantyre, Chikwawa and Nsanje districts to register people for national...

Burundi Election Campaign Starts Amid Covid-19 Pandemic, Violence

In preparations for next month's presidential elections, campaigning is underway in Burundi amid Coronavirus pandemic. Seven candidates are vying for the office of President Pierre Nkurunziza, in power since 2005, after authorities announced on April 7 that elections would go ahead despite the virus. Burundi has 11 confirmed COVID-19 cases so far and one death, as well as four recoveries, according to figures compiled by the...

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