“Malawi’s judiciary exemplifies the best traditions of African jurisprudence. Last year, the judiciary, nullified the undemocratic outcome of the previous presidential election. Now, with the abolition of the death penalty, it has established itself as a leader in upholding the rule of law and human rights. I wholeheartedly applaud this decision.”
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