Elections 2019

EU Elections Report to be Released After Court Proceedings

The European Union (EU) ambassador to Malawi Sandra Paesen, has said the final report on Malawi's 2019 Tripartite Elections will be released after all legal proceedings regarding the elections are concluded. The European Union Election Observer Mission decided to deliver the report in January this year but it was put on hold after the politicians and other stakeholders protested against the action saying it may...

Commissioner Baloyi Says MEC is Competent ‘Elections Were Free and Fair’

Malawi electoral Commission (MEC) Commissioner Clifford Baloyi has stressed that the electoral body is competent as the elections were free and fair. Baloyi said this yesterday when he appeared before the Parliament Appointment Committee to be assessed of his competence regarding of the role he prayed in the nullified May 21, 2019 presidential elections. In his explanation Baloyi said the use of correctional fluid Tipp-Ex did...

‘If Supreme Court Finds Me Wrong, I Will Resign’ – Jane Ansah

Finally, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Justice Jane Ansah has given a hint on the calls of her resignation calls she has been receiving from different stakeholders across the country for the past nine months. Ansah said this as she appeared before Parliament Appointment Committee as the committee was assessing her competence in the May 21, 2019 nullified presidential elections case. “I will resign if the Supreme...

Ansah Says No Electoral Law was Breached Despite the Use of Tipp-Ex

Chairperson for the electoral body Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Justice Jane Ansah has maintained her stand with confidence that no electoral law was breached even after using the correctional fluid, Tipp-Ex. Ansah sad this as she is appearing before the Parliament Appointment Committee which summoned all commissioners of MEC to assess their competence in the May 21, 2019 presidential elections which the Constitutional Court just...

‘Stay Order is Invalid’ Says Mordecai Msiska; Respondents Have Failed to State Reasons for the Application

Lawyer for the second petitioner in the presidential election polls case Mordecai Msiska has objected the granting of a stay order arguing the respondents have failed to state reasons for the application. Msiska said this when he took the floor to challenge the argument by Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to stay the ruling of the Constitutional Court which nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential elections. According...

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