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  • 22 Oct 2014
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 36
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for Malawi tripartite elections held on 20 May 2014. The mission was chaired by Lt Gen Mompati Sebogodi Merafhe, former Vice-President of Botswana and was comprised of 11 members in total. These were the ...
  • 01 Jan 1994
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 66
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
The 2014 elections were the fifth since the re-introduction of multiparty elections in Malawi in 1994 and were the first ever tripartite elections in the country’s political history. Malawians simultaneously voted to elect their president, members of...
The constitution of the Republic of Malawi provides for an executive, headed by a president as the head of state and government. The president is directly elected on a first-past-the-post (simple plurality) basis. For the purpose of the election of...
According to the MEC electoral calendar, the official campaign period ran from 21 March to 18 May 2014. The Commonwealth Observer Group was able to observe only the last stages of the campaign period, but, during consultations with stakeholders, the...
At the invitation of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), the Commonwealth Secretary- General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an observer group for the Malawi tripartite elections scheduled for 20 May 2014. The group comprised eleven eminent...
These were the first tripartite elections in Malawi’s history, simultaneously providing elections at the presidential, parliamentary and local government levels, and mark an important step in Malawi’s journey to further consolidate democracy.
This chapter presents the third of the country reports prepared under the Commonwealth Secretariat project to monitor implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) process in Commonwealth countries.
The Umgeni Valley Environmental Centre near Howick in KwaZulu-Natal provides training in environmental education and produces curriculum materials for environmental education. AFCLIST sponsored a Malawi and Zanzibar delegation to a week's workshop at...
In 1994 Malawi held presidential and parliamentary elections which led to the restoration of a multi-party system of government. For a period of 30 years before the May 17 elections, that country was ruled by one party, the greater part of which...
The Commonwealth's role in observing the electoral process in Malawi stemmed from the invitation received in February 1994 from the Chairperson of Malawi's Electoral Commission to the Commonwealth Secretary-General to send observers to the...
The Malawi media is slowly emerging from three decades of being rigidly confined to promoting the views of the Government of Malawi and the ruling MCP. During that time, the government-owned and controlled Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC),...
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