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  • opposition politicians in the Central African Republic have called for last Sunday's election to be annulled.

  • They say that a third of voters were unable to cast their ballot because of insecurity.

  • The electoral commission said on Tuesday that around 800 of a total of 5408 polling stations did not open because of insecurity.

  • That's around 14%.

  • But the group of opposition coalition, which includes five presidential candidates on former President Francois Bozize a say voting was halted in over 2000 stations, silencing a third of voters.

  • They did not provide details on which polling stations were closed or proof to back up the claims.

  • The nation has struggled with waves of militia violence since 2000 and 13 armed groups vowed to march on the capital on disrupt the vote after several candidates, including Bozize A were barred from running security forces managed to fend off attacks on vote counting is now underway with the help of U.

  • N peacekeepers, Matias Bartella MIM Aruba is president of the National Election Authority.

  • WAY have started to receive votes here in this data processing center, with results from Bungie in particular ah lot of results from Bungie have arrived.

  • About 64% of those results have already bean processed.

  • Full provisional results are expected this week on President Pfosten Afghans.

  • Touadera is considered the favorite in a field of 17 candidates.

opposition politicians in the Central African Republic have called for last Sunday's election to be annulled.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/01
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