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Sunday, May 25, 2014

TARIFA ZA UCHAGUZI MALAWI NA BBC


Telegraph.co.uk ‎- 19 hours ago
Malawi's President Joyce Banda has declared this week's chaotic ... Ms Banda, who has claimed there were "serious irregularities" with the poll ...

Joyce Hilda Banda (née Mtila; born 12 April 1950) is a Malawian politician who has been the President of Malawi since 7 April 2012. She is the founder and ...
‎BBC
18 hours ago - Malawi's High Court has rejected a decision by President Joyce Banda to annul this week's general election - in which she was a candidate.

News24
16 hours ago - Malawi's opposition leader Peter Mutharika says a move by President Joyce Banda to annul this week's election over claims of irregularities is ...
The Guardian
3 days ago - The Malawi president Joyce Banda, who claims discarded and tampered ballots have been discovered in some constituencies. Photograph: ...
Malawi's High Court has rejected a decision by President Joyce Banda to annul this week's general election - in which she was a candidate.
Ms Banda had earlier said Tuesday's vote had been marred by rigging, multiple voting and computer-hacking.
She said a new vote should be held within 90 days but she would not stand again in any new poll.
However, the head of the electoral commission said the president did not have the power to annul the vote.
The High Court made its ruling after the commission said that despite problems involving the electronic count the poll remained valid and vote-counting would go on.
Malawi's election was chaotic, with one BBC correspondent reporting people voting two days on from election day because of delays in distributing polling material.
Frustrated voters set one polling station alight and smashed election material at another.
In some places, voting boxes or lids did not arrive so officials used buckets and plastic wrap.
Late on Friday, the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) said Joyce Banda's rival candidate Peter Mutharika had taken a lead of 42%, with 30% of votes counted. Ms Banda was in second place with 23%, the commission said.

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