MCP vindicated on Mutharika’s legitimacy – Kabwila

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) spokeswoman Dr Jessie Kabwila says the party feel vindicated with the report by the taxpayer-funded Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) on controversial May 20 Tripartite Elections which has questioned the legitimacy of President Peter Mutharika.

Kabwila:  The report is credible
Kabwila: The report is credible

MCP has been claiming that Mutharika was ruling through stolen votes but that their party leader Rev Lazarous Chakwera urged them not to react to avoid plunging the nation into turmoil.

Kabwila welcomed the MHRC report; it was a vindication of the MCP and other stakeholders’ positions that the elections “were not credible.”

Said the MCP spokeswoman: “We very much feel vindicated.”

Kabwila said MHRC report also add credence to You Centre for Multi-party Democracy [CMD] report which al indicated that “the election results were not credible.”

She insisted MCP and Chakwera legitimately won the elections but DPP stole their victory.

The outcome of the presidential results was mired in controversy amid allegations of rigging and confusion over how the Malawi Electoral Commission should have proceeded in the wake of conflicting court rulings on vote counting.

The results of the vote were announced on 30 May, minutes after the High Court refused a last-ditch attempt to block their release and allow time for a recount.

The MHRC report launched on Thursday in Lilongwe said the elections that ushered Mutharika to power was lacking fairness, transparency and credibility.

Commissioner Reverend Zac Kawalala told a news conference that the eventual outcome was in dispute and aspects of the report point to questions over Mutharika’s legitimacy “which the public must take note.”

DPP spokesperson and the party’s leader in Parliament Francis Kasaila dismissed MHRC report, saying “more credible institutions declared the results credible, free and fair.”

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Walhelha ochavo
5 years ago

MCP sidzalamuliranso dziko lino,ndikubwerezanso MCP sidzalamuliranso dziko lino ndati ndikubwerezanso MCP sidzalamuliranso dziko lino,ndipo izi zikadzachitika mizimu yonse ya opita kumanda izadzuka,komanso chala changa mudzachidule,ali ndi mawu anene,ndatha ine wanu……………………………..

gift munthali
5 years ago

Kodi inu ine siwandare koma kuwina inawina mcp ndikuti? Kodi mcp ikudziwa kuti ma cosicuese 40 kunalibe oimila mcp? Ndati ndinene ine kuti pp akuti anaberedwa mcp inaberedwa kodi petulo anapeza mwai otani obera mongo otsutsa boma

Wizeman Paul
Wizeman Paul
5 years ago

2019 MUDZANENANSO NKHANI YOMWEYI. A ZBS OMWE AMATENGA NKHANI PA PHATA ANAKUBELANINSO? MWAIWALA KUTI KUNABWELA NDEGE USIKU, AYAPOTI ITATSEKEDWA.

Connex Chilaka Ogalu
5 years ago

I do tell u kuti ndale sikubelana mavoti tiona 2019 ngatitu mufike poti likukanikani mcp idzakugwetsani

Abdul
Abdul
5 years ago

Mcp led government was a failure.and this thing called democracy is a DEMON we don’t need it any more. We must bring a bout a new way of governing our country.

henere
5 years ago

Jessie Kabwir! Ukuyankhulabe? Pepesa kaye zijazi unatitukwana zija.

gregory gondwa
5 years ago

MCP idawinadi komanso idasonyeza chikondi pofuna mtendere. Anthu opanda manyazi kumalankhula zambiri mavoti over a omwewa? Anthu oyipa nkhope ndi mtima omwe.

Malawianah
Malawianah
5 years ago

Lets wait n see. time will tell.Who are you to judge? rotten scavenjers!!.

Malawianah
Malawianah
5 years ago

Lets wait n see. time will tell.Who are you to judge? A rotten scavenjers!!.

Zachisoni Phiri
Zachisoni Phiri
5 years ago

Chizeleza kabwila how could mcp win scooping 69pin from 13 districts and not featuring in 46 constituencies yet dpp scooped 400 pin from 9 districts. Choka kagwere

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