Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP
Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP
Africa

Malawi court nullifies results of presidential election, hoping move won’t ‘destroy nation’

  • Significant use of correction fluid cited among other ‘widespread, systematic and grave’ irregularities
  • New vote to be held within 150 days, court says

Topic |   Africa
Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP
Heavy security by the Malawi defence force is present at the Lilongwe High Court, where constitutional court judges decided to annul May’s controversial presidential vote. Photo: AFP
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