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Alleged bribery to sway a Constitutional Court ruling on the results of presidential polls last May is rocking the southeastern African country of Malawi, African news agency APA reported on Monday.

Constitutional Court Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda alleged that unnamed individuals attempted to bribe court judges over their ruling on a petition submitted by Malawi Congress Party leader Lazarus Chakwera as well as United Transformation Movement president Saulos Chilima to challenge the poll results, according to APA.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating the complaint, which if approved could annul the re-election of President Peter Mutharika and lead to

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