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Malawi articles on Democracy Chronicles
Until its independence in 1964, Malawi was a colonial territory of the British Empire. A form of multi-party democracy was established in 1994 but has failed to fully take root. According to Freedom House's 2018 Freedom in the World Report, "Malawi holds regular elections and has undergone multiple transfers of power between political parties, though the changes were frequently a result of rifts among ruling elites rather than competition between distinct parties." Also check out our section on World Democracy and our Africa archive.
Weak institutions to battle plague of Malawi corruption pose serious threat to good governance
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Protest Over International Pariah Bashir’s Inclusion Despite Darfur and South Sudan Violence Leads Malawi’s Female President to Cancel the Summit
Democratic Transition in Malawi Tested as Opposition Takes Over Presidency in Impoverished African Nation