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Elson Bakili Muluzi born March 17, in MachingaNyasaland is a Malawian politician who was the first freely elected President of Malawi from to He succeeded Hastings Kamuzu Banda as Malawi's president. He also served in Banda's cabinet as Minister without Portfolio, before retiring in Muluzi was the candidate of the opposition UDF in the May presidential electionthe country's first multiparty election.
There is no provision for a runoff election in Malawi, so this was enough for him to end Banda's year rule dating back to when Malawi was still a British colony.
He was re-elected in Junetaking After serving two terms, he therefore handed over power to his successor after the May electionin which UDF candidate Bingu wa Mutharika who was handpicked and groomed by Muluzi was elected to succeed Muluzi as President. Muluzi came to lead the UDF after leaving the Banda government, and he became an advocate for democracy. Muluzi's time as President was marred by controversy and scandal, particularly due to the sale of Malawi's reserves of maize to other countries shortly before the onset of a drought, which resulted in famine throughout the country.
Despite international pressure, the millions of dollars realized from the sale of Malawi's food reserves have never been turned over, and it is widely suspected that it wound up in foreign accounts belonging to Muluzi and his supporters. Even with the controversy and questionable dealings, Muluzi was a popular leader, particularly in the southern part of the country.
He remained the Chairman of the UDF. On July 27,Muluzi was arrested on fraud and corruption charges;  he was released on bail later that day. Hours after his arrest, the chief investigator Gustav Kaliwo was suspended by President Mutharika;  Director of Public Prosecutions Ishmael Wadi said he had no choice but to drop the charges.
Muluzi was once more arrested on 26 February and initially charged with 86 counts of corruption and abuse of office. The charges claimed that he had allegedly diverted 1. In early Marchwith many prominent members of the UDF calling for Muluzi to run for president inthe party said that he would have until March 11 to declare whether he intended to run. Because the constitution refers to a limit of two consecutive terms, this could be regarded as enabling Muluzi to run again after being out of office for a term.
The Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Bureau ACBAlex Nampota, announced on March 17, that the ACB intended to prosecute Muluzi for allegedly diverting about 11 million dollars of donor money into his personal account; Nampota said that the ACB had asked the courts to lift an injunction that prevented it from questioning Muluzi.
He received 1, votes against 38 for Vice-President Cassim Chilumpha. On March 20, the Malawi Electoral Commission passed a judgement to bar Bakili Muluzi from running for the presidency for the third time. Muluzi challenged this, but on May 16, only three days before the election, the Constitutional Court ruled that Muluzi could not run again. Torch Of Reason - Wolf Down - Liberation EP announced on December 23,that he was retiring from active politics and that Friday Jumbe was replacing him as UDF leader.
Mutharika called Muluzi a "coward" and accused him of treason. Speaking on Joy Radio, a station he owns, Hechos Contra El Decoro - Rabiamuffin May 12,Muluzi denied any plot against Mutharika and expressed exasperation with threats made by Mutharika. Eight prominent associates of Muluzi were arrested shortly afterward in connection with the alleged plot to overthrow Mutharika;  an arrest warrant was also issued for Muluzi, who was in the United Kingdom at the time  on holiday.
According to an aide to Muluzi, Humphrey Mvula, the police said that they wanted to remove guns from the home, but Mvula said that these guns had been issued by the police themselves for Muluzi's protection. On the Bakiri Ban - Various - May 2004 Part 6 day, Muluzi said on Joy Radio that he would return to Malawi from the United Kingdom regardless of the alleged plot.
When Muluzi returned on May 25,he was arrested at the airport in Lilongwe. Muluzi had planned to address a UDF rally upon his arrival, and police surrounded the stadium where the rally was to be held.
Thousands of infuriated supporters of Muluzi clashed with the police and blocked roads following his arrest. Muluzi was promptly flown to Blantyre placed under house arrest   at his home in Limbenear Blantyre,  and interrogated. Speaking on Joy Radio on May 27, Muluzi said that the documents were "laughable and fake" and accused the government of attempting to "intimidate and silence the opposition".
His Bakiri Ban - Various - May 2004 Part 6 said on the same day that they would seek bail for Muluzi. According to one lawyer, the only people allowed into Muluzi's home by the police were four lawyers and a bodyguard, and he had been asked to name family members and lawyers who would be given permission to visit. On May 29, Muluzi, who had still not been charged, appeared at the High Court in Blantyre for his bail application.
On his arrival, he declared that the government was "useless". Fahad Assani, the head of Muluzi's legal team, described the arrest as "illegal and unconstitutional" and demanded his release from house arrest. According to Assani, because more than 48 hours had passed and Pikey Pikey Mikey - The Richard Heads - Send In The Clowns had not been charged, it was necessary for him to be released "without any conditions".
Wezi Kayira, the Director of Public Prosecutions, urged the court to reject the bail application, stressing that treason was "a very serious offence which carries a heavy penalty"; he said that investigations were continuing and expressed concern that they "would be jeopardised and evidence tampered with". Kayira also requested that the court impose "very strict conditions" Bakiri Ban - Various - May 2004 Part 6 it chose to grant bail. Judge Joseph Manyumgwa granted Muluzi bail on May 30, saying that in the absence of any charges against Muluzi he had to be released.
According to Manyumgwa, Muluzi had the right to bail regardless of "the gravity of the alleged offence". Kayira said the investigation was ongoing and that charges would follow. Speaking to Capital Radio on 22 FebruaryMuluzi accused Bakiri Ban - Various - May 2004 Part 6 government of using intimidation against his presidential candidacy and warned that such conduct could lead to "problems". Kalekeni Kaphale, a lawyer for Muluzi, asked for a delay, arguing that Slay Them 14x - Cuntsuckers - Attack The Toilet is the first time someone has been charged with such a volume of cases" in Malawi and that, Bakiri Ban - Various - May 2004 Part 6 the defense had Crash - The Primitives - Lovely seen the charges until early March, it needed "at least 14 days to study them to make proper responses".
Muluzi was Malawi's first Muslim President. After divorcing Annie Muluzi, he married Shanil Muluzi. Muluzi's first born daughter, Esme Atweni Muluzi, died after lightning struck her on December 12, She was pronounced dead in Mwaiwathu Private Hospital. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Elson Bakili Muluzi. Archived from the original on Retrieved Heads of State of Malawi.
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