Election caused by nullification of the 2019 polls by Malawi's Constitutional Court on February 3, 2020 [Link]
The ruling also affirms that no new candidates may join the race, that the winning candidate must receive an absolute majority (50-percent-plus-one), or face a second round, and that only those registered to participate in the previous election (about 6.8 million Malawians) may vote.
Results of the presidential election will be announced within eight days from closure of polling, which is any day from the 24th to the 1st of July.
Polling stations open from 6 AM to 6 PM Central African Time.
The Malawi Electoral Commission is expected to release final results on Saturday, June 27, 2020.
Lazarus Chakwera was sworn in as Malawi's sixth president on June 28, 2020 [Link]