Mbeki leads Commonwealth observer team to Malawi May 21 elections

Former South African President Thabo Mbeki has been appointed to lead Commonwealth observer group   to Malawi’s watershed and second Tripartite Elections on May 21.

Mbeki heads Commowealth observer team to Malawi

According to a statement from the Commonwealth secretariat , the 13-member Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) is being deployed by Commonwealth secretary general Patricia Scotland following a request from the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC).

Among others, the group comprises of politicians, diplomats and law experts from various Commonwealth countries.

Scotland said in a statement that  conducting credible elections  through which citizens  can choose their leaders  and representatives freely  in a peaceful environment  is “a fundamental part of a healthy democracy and in a collective strength  of Commonwealth member states.”

She said the Commonwealth will be present in Malawi to observe the elections and work closely with the country’s authorities to consolidate its democracy  and strengthens and embed good practice.

The observer group will examine preparations for the elections, before  observing the voting process, vote-counting procedures and announcement of the final results.

Malawi was the 19th country to join the Commonwealth shortly after independence from Britain.

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bwampini
bwampini
3 years ago

iwe ukuzitchula kuti njolo mpilu,, tamawerengani nkhani mtima uli mmalo, you don’t understand and start commenting. nix.

Njolo mpilu
Njolo mpilu
3 years ago

Mbeki????? Kodi paja fe paja tinakathandiza cisankho ca South Afrca.
Kodi tiuzeniko caka cino cisankhoci kukubwera ma plesdent kwathu kuno alendo mbweeee odzathandiza. Ife timapitako mmakwao???????????.?.?

Mangochi kabwafu
Mangochi kabwafu
3 years ago
Reply to  Njolo mpilu

He’s not sent by South African government. Read the story or understand it, whichever applies to you.

Ian Bwampini
Ian Bwampini
3 years ago
Reply to  Njolo mpilu

Wherever Mbeki goes for election observation there had no incredible elections. He likes shield bad activities of the ruling party

Mmora Muroma
Mmora Muroma
3 years ago

Looks like Gwamba.

Senior Citizen
3 years ago

IS THIS MAN ALIVE?

Mbagwezi
Mbagwezi
3 years ago
Reply to  Senior Citizen

I thought Mbeki died?

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