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Bakili Muluzi

Date of Birth: 17 March 1943


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The rise and rise of ethnic politics

When his successor, Bakili Muluzi, made public appointments from his own Yao people and was seen as favouring their Muslim faith over Christianity and to be building more roads and power lines in their Machinga district than elsewhere, he was strongly criticised, too...


Seeking power

Its Chairman, ex-President Bakili Muluzi, is now recovering in Britain from a back operation in the London Clinic...


Glass houses

His campaign portrayed his presidential predecessor, Bakili Muluzi, as an embezzler of state funds who would be convicted in court...


On top and in charge

The main opposition parties, Tembo's Malawi Congress Party and ex-President Bakili Muluzi's United Democratic Front, won 26 and 17 seats, respectively...

Both his predecessors in the presidency, Hastings Kamuzu Banda and Bakili Muluzi, tried – and failed – to stay there for ever...


A double win for Bingu

Meanwhile, the UDF leader, former President Bakili Muluzi, faces a disintegrating party...


Then there were two

The Malawi Electoral Commission’s barring of former President Bakili Muluzi from May’s presidential election has sparked a crisis after the dissolution of Parliament and the start of campaigning (AC Vol 50 No 4)...


A new federation

When Hastings Banda, then Bakili Muluzi, ruled Malawi and Kenneth Kaunda, then Levy Mwanawasa ruled Zambia, the issue had little significance for domestic politics...


Two horse race

President Bingu wa Mutharika is confident of victory in May's election under his new, blue Democratic Progressive Party banner; John Tembo has a last chance under the Malawi Congress Party's black, red and green, as does Bakili Muluzi, under the United Democratic Front's yellow...


A new landscape unfolds

The leaders of Bingu wa Mutharika’s governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), John Tembo’s Malawi Congress Party and Bakili Muluzi’s United Democratic Front keep a firm grip on their party bureaucracies, so the conventions and primaries are mainly for democratic show...


Diabolical quarrels

President Bingu wa Mutharika’s letter of 28 October complained to former President Bakili Muluzi of ‘diabolical’ stories circulated by him and his United Democratic Front (UDF) cohorts, alleging a whole list of physical and moral weaknesses in the President that include prostate cancer, superstition, drunkenness and embezzlement...


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