BISSAU (Reuters) – The outcome of Guinea-Bissau’s presidential election was thrown into doubt on Friday after the Supreme Court called for a clarification of the tally hours after the electoral commission released the final results.
Former prime minister and ex-army general Umaro Cissoko Embalo has been hailed as the winner of last month’s runoff vote. But runner-up and ruling party candidate Domingos Simoes Pereira has contested the results saying the election was marred by fraud.
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In a ruling backed by five out of eight judges, the Supreme Court called on the national electoral commission to clarify tabulation procedures used...
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