Malawi: Opposition pioneer, Chakwera, unseats President Mutharika in re-run surveys
Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) late Saturday proclaimed resistance coalition pioneer Lazarus Chakwera as the champ of Tuesday’s presidential re-run political decision. Making the revelation, MEC administrator Justice Chifundo Kachale declared that Chakwera, leder of the Tonse Allaince sacked 2,604,043 votes, speaking to 58.5 percent of the all out votes cast.
Active president Peter Mutharika of the DPP/UDF coalition came next with 1,751,877 votes.
The third competitor Mbakuwaku Movement for Development applicant Peter Kuwani oversaw 33,456 votes. Out of the 6,859,570 enrolled voters, 4,445,699 cast their votes.
The Commission recorded 57,323 invalid and void votes, speaking to 1.29 percent. The commission got and settled 10 protests from every one of the three partaking sides.