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Vol 60 No 17

Published 30th August 2019


No let-up in post-election war

The opposition leaders' campaign to annul the May elections depends on getting more angry people on the streets

Three months after the highly contested and narrowly won elections, politicians, civil society and even religious leaders are divided between pro-opposition and pro-government factions. The issue is unlikely to be settled until the Constitutional Court delivers a ruling on the 21 May polls, which the opposition claims were rigged.

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