Malawi's disputed election: Court to rule on 2019 results

Malawi gripped by months of protests over what opposition says are irregularities in May electoral results.

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    Malawi's constitutional court is set to rule on whether to annul last year's disputed presidential election results.

    The vote in May returned sitting President Peter Mutharika to power, sparking widespread protests by the opposition, who says the polls were rigged.

    Opposition leader Lazarus Chakwera lost by a slim margin.

     

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports.


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