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Incumbent President Peter Mutharika is set to win a second term in the impoverished, landlocked southeast African state. With most votes counted, he led his main challenger by five percentage points.
Malawi's High Court has ordered a partial election recount following vote-rigging complaints from the main opposition party. The Electoral Commission has been ordered not to announce results.
Find out more about Malawi's three main presidential hopefuls as the country awaits the results of a partial recount ordered by the court on Saturday.
Peter Mutharika has been reelected for a second five-year term in a vote marred by fraud allegations. The opposition had filed an injunction after the electoral commission received many complaints of irregularities.
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