Donors weigh options in Malawi poll run-up

Electoral implications of aid-resumption decision not lost on politicians as corruption courts prepare to make rulings.

    International donors will decide early next month whether to resume funding for Malawi, after it was suspended due to billions of dollars of state funds being stolen.

    The announcement will come after the government releases its report on the corruption scandal.

    Meanwhile, as Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from Salima, a district in central Malawi, canvassing for the election season is already under way.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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