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Most Malawians see legal challenge to election results as justified, courts as impartial and trustworthy As of late 2019, a majority of Malawians considered the political opposition justified in challenging the declared results of the 2019 election, a new national survey by Afrobarometer shows. Most also saw the country’s courts as trustworthy and impartial. Read more
AD341: Malawians see declining quality of elections, express little trust in the electoral commission Last May, Malawians went to the polls for their sixth national election since the country returned to multiparty democracy in 1994. The outcome was the most disputed election result in their history, marked by legal challenges, six months of court... Read more
Most Malawians see declining quality of elections, express little trust in the electoral commission A majority of Malawians believe the quality of their elections has declined and express little trust in the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
AD340: Most Malawians see legal challenge to election results as justified, courts as impartial and trustworthy As Malawians have endlessly debated, challenged, defended, and protested the results of last May’s presidential election, all eyes and ears have been on the country’s courts. Read more
AD281: Almost half of Malawians consider emigration; most-educated are most likely to look overseas Malawi migration: Almost half of citizens have considered emigration; most-educated are most likely to look overseas. Read more
AD210: Climate change, government management pose challenges in agriculture-dependent Malawi Feeding Malawi: Climate change, government management pose challenges in agriculture-dependent country. Read more
AD176: Malawians increasingly cautious about exercising right to ‘free’ political speech Are Malawians free to say what they think? Citizens increasingly cautious about exercising right to ‘free’ political speech. Read more
In Malawi, gender gaps persist despite popular support for equal opportunity While Malawians express support for equal rights for women when it comes to owning land and getting a job, gender-based discrimination is not a rare experience. Read more
Gender equality and women’s political engagement in Malawi Gender equality in Malawi. Read more
AD152: In Malawi, gender gaps persist despite popular support for equal opportunity Despite broad support for women’s equality and opportunities, women continue to trail men in political participation in Malawi. Read more

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