HRDC wants MEC national tally centre moved to Lilongwe

Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has called on the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to move the national tally centre from Blantyre to Lilongwe to ease logistical challenges.

Trapence: MEC should  consider relocating the nation tally centre from Blantyre to Lilongwe for logistical reasons

The coalition’s chairperson Gift Trapence said Lilongwe is centrally located, saying this makes it easier for election results from the north to reach the national tally centre on time.

“It will be easier to bring election results from the north say from Chitipa as well as from the south. This is not a political issue but rather a logistical issue,” said Trapence.

MEC spokesperson Sangwani Mwafulirwa asked for more time before commenting on the proposal but other analysts say the national tally centre is in Blantyre because that is where MEC headquarters offices are and it would be costly to move away from the MEC base.

The electoral body announced this week that it has shifted the tally centre from Comesa to College of Medicine, both places are in Blantyre.

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@the real Donald
@the real Donald
8 months ago

Hey, you Trapence!

Why did you combine my name and my vice-president’s name to come up with your name, huh?

Trapence ( TrumpPence) lol😂

You must be a genius just like me, huh?

Amazing, amazing, amazing! Absolutely amazing! Ha!ha!ha!😂😁👍

Wawa
Wawa
8 months ago

Awanso zibwana.

Bauleni
8 months ago

Mr Trapence, how is this a Human Rights Issue? NO! STOP IT ! just STOP!

Khalidwe Leonard
8 months ago

The problem is that ,this nation is associated with fools .cox what HRDC is doing shows that the organ know not its duty .

HRDC must know its responsibility rather than cast disturbs the commission .

And am telling you now ,if this country will be going like this will never developed .

Trapence is not involved in Mec organ …
Malawi is falling some 10 years ahead of us

Che wenzulo
Che wenzulo
8 months ago

We wonder how this has become human rights issue. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Frank Underwood
Frank Underwood
8 months ago

Are u serious folks you want to start this conversation. What does this have to do with human rights. Shouldn’t we suspect political bending (assuming we are naive to think HRDC is apolitical).

For once this organization is too much rotten. It’s just too much.

joyce
joyce
8 months ago

Trapence ndiwe mbuli di kona zikungokubvuta zinthu zambiri iwe uzipanga za HRDC ZA CHIWEMBU zakozo usamawone ngati ife zimatisangalatsa chitsiru cha munthu iwe nyaphena nkhope yonyansayo ndiwe ndaninso dziko lino galu wachabechabe ukulephera kupanga ma logistics a ku office kwanu walephera kupedza anthu amene anapha wa police kwa msundwe a IMEDI pakunya pako ndi amako limodzi.

lameki
8 months ago

This gay man and his buttocks thinking. stinks of latex, 2 men sweating,and mabi.Someone please shoot this man.

mathiews
8 months ago

Machende ako Trapence. watiyenjeza ndi uchitsilu!! Nzeru zamathanyula basi. its high time someone deals with you.

chataika
chataika
8 months ago

HRDC leave MEC alone nobody has mandate to dictate on what other stakeholder needs to do. Tadzingopangani nyansi zanu zomakayenda ndi ma judge ku ma demo pati mwadziwika kuti nonse zanu mzimodzi and if APM says there is judicial coup then u deny. Trapence ndi Mtambo what concerns you ka joina ma judge and inunso majudge nkusekerera without knowing that this has dented ur image. Why dd u let Mtambo and Trapence, Sembereka kakhala nanu on demos? This is clear indication kuti u r one. I have never seen HRDC joining nurses, prisoners, etc during their demos. Be careful and… Read more »

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