Canada Kaboré re-elected as President of Burkina Faso-preliminary results

17:15  26 november  2020
17:15  26 november  2020 Source:   lemonde.fr

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BURKINA-ELECTION: Kaboré re-elected as President of Burkina Faso-preliminary results


OR Reuters) - Roch Kaboré was reelected in the first round of the presidency of Burkina Faso held on Sunday by obtaining nearly 58% of the vote, indicate preliminary results communicated Thursday by the electoral commission.

Some observers of Burkinabè political life anticipated a tighter ballot, the first term of office of Roch Kaboré having been marked by the resurgence of ethnic violence and by the spread of Islamist insurgencies which now concern a large part of South Africa. Where is.

Zéphirin Diabré and Eddie Komboigo, his opponents having collected the greatest number of votes, obtained respectively 12.46% and 15.48% of the votes.

(Thiam Ndiaga and Aaron Ross; French version Nicolas Delame, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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