• The Rule of Law and Resilience of Malawi’s Democracy

    The Rule of Law and Resilience of Malawi’s Democracy1

    In the last two weeks, Malawi has captured the world’s attention, for all the good reasons following a constitutional court ruling annul Presidential elections. In its judgment, the court ruled that the incumbent President, Peter Mutharika was “not duly elected” and that the elections were characterized by “ widespread, systematic and grave irregularities”. The ruling

  • Malawi’s calculative and manipulative leaders

    Malawi’s calculative and manipulative leaders0

    Malawi was a de facto police state during a good part of former president Hastings Kamuzu Banda’s 30 years rule. There was no rule of law or judicial system to speak of. Kangaroo courts and traditional tribunal were Kamuzu’s preferred systems. The late Orton and his Wife Vera Chirwa who were recognised as prisoners of


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