After making big gains in parliament, the opposition rejects the presidential results – the lawyers on all sides will be busy
It was all running like clockwork. The verdict in the national elections on 7 December was set to be free and clear of dispute – more or less a repeat of the seamless process in the 2016 elections, and a strengthening of the three-decade-old multi-party system. But the elections have been none of the above. The main opposition party is crying foul, refusing to recognise the results, and is heading for the courts.
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