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OUR MISSION

As an independent constitutionally mandated and impartial institution, the Malawi Electoral Commission shall professionally deliver credible, transparent, inclunsive, efficient and cost effective elections to promote and entrench democratic values and peace in Malawi .

OUR VISION

To be a professional organisation that delivers credible elections in accordance with national laws and international best practice to strengthen genuiene democracy and peace in Malawi.

OUR CORE VALUES

Intergrity, Independence, professionalism, Transparency and Accountability, Excellence

 


 

By Election RESULTS

 

October 2014 Parliamentary By-Election Result October 2014  Local Government By-Election Result
October 2014 By-Election Results Analysis
  Click the icon or the heading to view or download the parliamentary by-elecetion result.   Click the icon or the heading to view or download the local government by-election result.   Click the icon or the heading to view or download the results analysis for the 2014 October by-election.

 

 



 

 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS 2014
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION RESULTS 2014
 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION RESULTS 2014
   
2014 TRIPARTITE ELECTIONS OBSERVER REPORTS
 APPOINTMENT OF MONITOR FORM
 TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS FOR OCTOBER 7 2014 BY-ELECTION

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Updates
Media Advisory - Monday, March 30, 2015

 

 The Malawi Electoral Commission will from 06th to 11th April, 2015 host a delegation from the Lesotho Independent Electoral Commission who will be on a study tour. The tour will give the members of the Lesotho IEC an inside look of how voter education is done in Malawi as well as the electoral processes which MEC follow. The six member delegation will be led by the Chairperson of the Lesotho Independent Electoral Commission, Hon Chief Justice (Rtd) Mahapela Lehohla.

 

 

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Report on National Conference on Electoral Reforms - Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Here is the final report on the National Conference on Electoral Reforms that took place in Lilongwe...

 

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High Court dismisses challenge of Likoma Parliamentary Results - Monday, February 09, 2015

The High Court in Lilongwe has dismissed a petition by a Malawi Congress Party (MCP) candidate to declare the 2014 parliamentary results for Likoma constituency as null and void.

The candidate, Mr Christopher Ashems Chirwa, contested on an MCP ticket and amassed 1,795 votes against 1,802 of the winner, Mr George Johnsen Kamwanja of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

 

 

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Press Release- Stakeholders Plannings for Electoral Reform Process - Friday, November 21, 2014

Soon after the May 2014 Tripartite Elections, Malawi Electoral Support Network (MESN) conducted a national post-elections review conference in Lilongwe followed by three regional dialogue meetings in the North, Centre and Southern regions of Malawi.

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Current Affairs

 

European Union visits MEC - Friday, March 27, 2015

MEC management met with a delegation from the European Union head quarters, Brussels, Belgium comprising Mr Tijn Van Winsen (Senior Policy Officer, Malawi in the Southern Africa Division), Ms Chiara Pierdicca (chargé d’aide et de coopération internationales, Coordination géographique pour, l’Afrique, australe et l’ocean Indien) and Ms Ingrid Wetterqvist (Policy Officer, Democracy and Electoral Observation). 

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Stakeholders hold national conference on electoral reforms - Saturday, December 20, 2014

 

On Thursday, December 11, 2014 electoral stakeholders gathered at Golden Peacock Hotel in Lilongwe for a two-day conference to discuss electoral reforms as the country prepares for the next elections in 2014.

The conference was organised by the electoral reforms task force that is co-chaired by Malawi Electoral Commission and the Malawi Electoral Support Network with membership drawn from government departments, civil society and development partners.

 

 

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