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Legal news from Saturday, May 24, 2014
by G. Redd

Malawi President Joyce Banda announced Saturday that, due to extreme irregularities in the voting process, she is nullifying the national tripartite results for the presidential, parliamentary and local elections. President Banda cited as her authority Section 88(2) of the Malawi Constitution, which states that the president shall have the responsibility to "provide executive …

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by William Helbling

The Court of Cassation in Egypt today sentenced 19 supporters of the formerly ousted president Mohammed Morsi to five years in prison for rioting last year outside the Al-Azhar Islamic institution. It has been reported that the supporters were accused of assaulting civil servants, damaging public property, blocking roads and …

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by William Helbling

The US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit rejected on Friday challenges to the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) plan to expand broadband Internet service to rural areas. The FCC's plan is a $4.5 billion program which subsidizes high-speed Internet services in high-cost rural areas. The challengers of the FCC plan included many phone companies …

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