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  • Position paper on Electoral Law Reforms and Gender Advocacy

    In May 2014 Malawi conducted a fifth general election after the transition to multiparty democracy in 1993. The 2014 general election was unique in at least two ways. Firstly, it was the first ever Tripartite General Election (TGE) in the country. This brought about many demands, expectations and challenges in

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  • PRESS STATEMENT – 13 April, 2017

    MESN STATEMENT ON THE FINAL REPORT ON THE REVIEW OF ELECTORAL LAWS and HOW THE MALAWI ELECTORAL COMMISSION IS FAIRING ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREED NON-LEGISLATIVE ELECTORAL REFORMS On Wednesday, 29th March, 2017 Special Law Commission on the Review of Electoral Laws released the much awaited report to the public through

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  • MESN urges the media to be vigilant in monitoring implementation of non-legislative electoral reforms

    The media in Malawi has been urged to be vigilant and pursue the implementation of the non-legislative electoral reforms which were agreed upon by the Electoral Commission, Political Parties under the umbrella body of the Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) and the Malawi Electoral Support Network (MESN). The call was

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  • MESN to meet with heads of media houses

    The Malawi Electoral Support Network (MESN) will be meeting with heads of media houses in Malawi. The meeting will take place in Blantyre on Wednesday, 26 October, 2016, at Ryalls Hotel. At the meeting, MESN is expected to present the agreed upon non-legislative electoral reforms which were signed by MEC

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Participants at the tripartite meeting pose for a group photo