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Malawi protests: Opposition demands president's resignation



Malawi’s President Peter Mutharika has accused the opposition of trying to overthrow his government.
However, the supporters of opposition party leader Lazarus Chakwera say he was robbed of victory in last month’s election.
At least 18 people have been arrested since protests began in the capital, Lilongwe, on Tuesday.

Al Jazeera’s Raheela Mahomed reports.

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13 comments

  1. Aaah Dausi….that's why amachikutumula chimenechi

  2. Aaah Dausi….that's why amachikutumula chimenechi

  3. Dausi , what's wrong with you man. Stop backing up corrupt government

  4. Now it's Zimbabwe part 2

  5. Peter is old he can’t stand the pressure, BP heart attack, his messing with his life it’s not worth it

  6. This corrupt president must go!

  7. The Tipp-ex whiteout election

  8. That's why people beat you Dausi cos all you think is your stomach nothing more. Shame on you old guards.

  9. Is there any part of the world where there is no chaos

  10. Don't fight yourselves..if not your enemy america will come soon to take resources

  11. omfg the fake Occupied African spring of fall again… endless or recycling again ..

  12. Ask Qatar your owners to stop financing Hamaas or they will be invaded . THE BRAR JEW.

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