MEC chairman, Justice Dr Chifundo Kachale is subject to public scrutiny
Former Malawi President Bakili Muluzi is warning Chifundo Kachale that his actions in determining the winner of the elections will be judged by others.
Claims of fraud continue to grow as the official results in Blantyre show Chakwera getting less than 19,000 votes.
While the MEC verification continues, Former President Bakili Muluzi writes, Justice Kachale, you cannot judge yourselves on how you have conducted the election. You must leave that to the public. You are subject to public scrutiny and anything that will be said must be welcomed.
Justice Jane Ansah after the past election, she allowed the justice to work on her and gave the freedom to people for anything they wanted to be it demonstrations. That is what we call being democratic (of course I did not like her personality)
If the results had favoured DPP by now you could have the abnormal HRDC protesting the outcome
Fair elections by all opposition meant them winning and losing meant rigging from government. This is not right!
I am not against any upcoming leader I am also exercising my rights!
Meantime the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) says it has so far verified results from 17 of the 28 districts across the country.
MEC director of communications Sangwani Mwafulirwa said the results announced so far represent 30 percent of the total registered voters.
He further said MEC has received a complaint from the Democratic Progressive Party urging the commission to call for a fresh election on the basis that the ongoing election had a lot of electoral irregularities
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