MEC commissioners in Mangochi for Malawi election postmortem

Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioners are in Mangochi for the post-mortem of the  May 21, 2019 Tripartite Elections as rights activists were sealing off their offices to force them resign.

The postmortem meeting also comes barely a day after the conclusion of a parliamentary hearing in Lilongwe to ascertain whether the commissioners are competent to hold and handle a Constitutional Court sanctioned fresh presidential election in five months time.

MEC chairperson Jane Ansah said the meeting would enable the President Peter Mutharika appointed commission to identify where they went wrong and how the situation could be improved next time.

Commissioner  bishop Mary Nkosi is the centre of attention following her revealing of the details of the flaws in the way MEC handled the now annulled presidential election.

She told the parliamentary hearing that most of the decisions were not made by the commissioners but were made by the chief executive officer Sam Alufandika which is against the law.

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has since  sealed MEC offices across the country to force Ansah and the other commissioners resign following a Constitutional Court election case ruling which said the election was marred by irregularities and anomalies which had been so widespread, systematic and grave that they affected the results of the poll.

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Malawi belong to the citizens

DPP commissioners should resign.

Madalitso
1 year ago

Dziko ndi anthu ake

Llhomalo
Llhomalo
1 year ago

In fact I am wondering now why did govt provide Prados to them since its part-time job? Look now all enjoyment in Mangochi is based on our taxpayers money.

Muhammad
1 year ago

Za ziiii zopanda mchele lucky you’re in the time of a humanity President likadakhala kale kkkkk silent killer ikanakupezani a HRDC

Mr Truth Pains
1 year ago

Why clinging to the job that u failed to perform??
I don’t understand their intention of these mec commissioners . U are thinking that u are bigger than Malawi ? Feel ashamed plz and some of u we hear that u are Bishops mmmmh I doubt about that.
U are just creating a selfhatred bcoz no matter what u do or try to explain, 70% of Malawians have already made their mind that u are corrupt and evil.
The best thing u can do to save your face is to resign .

Cadet
Cadet
1 year ago
Reply to  Mr Truth Pains

They have a hefty gratuity. a luxurious Car, Cash and others

Zondeni
Zondeni
1 year ago

Kkkkk backdating minutes? Mulipachitchito.

Why the desparation ? In 14 days you have to settle the courts costs osaiwala

chayamba
chayamba
1 year ago

Koma a Mary Nkosi apita nawo ku Mangochi ko?

CheChamba
CheChamba
1 year ago

It could have made a lot of sense if this postmortem meeting was held before that rushed appeal against the Concourt Judgement.

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