Africa’s Litigated Democracy

On February 12, the Malawi High Court upheld its original decision to nullify the country’s May 2019 presidential election and decreed that the poll must be rerun within 150 days. Malawi has thus become only the second African country, after Kenya in 2017, to have had a presidential election annulled by the courts. But although […]

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