Friends of court battle it out to beat deadline on Malawi poll case submissions

Malawi Law Society and the Women Lawyers Association are battling it out to beat the 4:30pm today delivery of final election submissions to the Constitutional Court in Lilongwe.

Lawyers Kaukonde (L) and Mpaka leave the courts

Malawi Law Society and the Women Lawyers Association are submitting the submissions in their capacity as friends of the court.

Mphatso Iphani, secretary for the Women Lawyers Association said they were almost over with the submissions.

“Our lawyers were just checking here and there but we will deliver them on time,” said Iphani.

Secretary for Malawi Law Society Martha Kaukonde said their lawyers had already finished hammering final touches.

The court will sit on December 19 and 20 for the oral presentation of the submissions by all parties in the landmark election case.

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CRIMINAL MINDED
CRIMINAL MINDED
1 year ago

We are still waiting for the out come

Sandram
Sandram
1 year ago

Lol just returned? Shaaa!

dalo
dalo
1 year ago

ZA ZIIII!!! MILANDU IYENDE CHILUNGAMO APA SIZONAMIZANANSO APA AI TATOPA IFE….MCHIPULULU SIMOFELA

Lego
1 year ago

What are these submissions for now?

Amadeus
1 year ago

What is the significance of these submissions?

Apumbwa
Apumbwa
1 year ago

Say what???………. izi ndiye zitiso

Baboon
Baboon
1 year ago

So what are you trying to say here

Mafulufute
Mafulufute
1 year ago

Useless MLS manned by cadets like Mhango and Kaukonde. We better listen to the Women Lawyers Association than to these clowns called MLS

Kennedy
Kennedy
1 year ago
Reply to  Mafulufute

for sure

Jimmy kamata
Jimmy kamata
1 year ago

We are humbly waiting

The Great Prophet Baruch

I just returned from gehenna. The engineers have completed installation of a new air conditioning system. Not a bad place.

SamuShonga
SamuShonga
1 year ago

Kkkkkkkk

anti-jane ansa
anti-jane ansa
1 year ago

kkkkkkkkkk wachibwana iwe etiiii usamasewere ndi mulungu

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