Stakeholders in tripartite elections have expressed satisfaction in the results management system.

In a random interview at COMESA Hall in Blantyre where Malawi Electoral Commission is carrying out first dry test of the system Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD) and Malawi Congress Party MCP said are satisfied with the way the system is run for Malawi to have fair elections.

Commenting after observing the test, CMD executive director Kizito Tenthani commended MEC for inviting political parties, local and international observers to appreciate how the system works.

He therefore urged all political parties to understand the system.

In his remarks MCP representative Kenneth Phiri said MEC has demonstrated its seriousness on how to handle elections results through the system.

Phiri said currently, the party is satisfied with the way the system is working adding IT personnel are able to answer some of the pertinent questions on how the system works.

Chairperson of MEC Justice Dr. Jane Ansah has assured Malawians that the results management system is very secure and trusted.