Technology Presidential in Guinea: Cellou Dalein Diallo launches his campaign with fanfare

03:40  26 september  2020
03:40  26 september  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Cellou Dalein Diallo (3 February 1952) is a Guinean economist and politician who was Prime Minister of Guinea from 2004 to 2006. Previously he held a succession of ministerial posts in the government from 1996 to 2004.

Guinea 's opposition is calling for a re-run of Sunday's presidential election even before the votes have been counted. It alleged widespread fraud, including ballot boxes being The main opposition leader, Cellou Dalein Diallo , said they will not accept the results, they will not give in and that they will protest.

Des sympathisans de l'UFDG de Cellou Dalein DIallo paradent dans les rues de Conakry, le 25 septembre 2020. © Cellou BINANI / AFP Supporters of Cellou Dalein DIallo's UFDG parade in the streets of Conakry, September 25, 2020.

The UFDG, the main party opposition, launches in turn in the campaign for the presidential election of October 18. Its candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo, who is leading his third presidential campaign against the outgoing president after boycotting the referendum and the legislative elections of last March, has returned to the capital Conakry, where several thousand people gathered to watch the opponent, while the ruling party is mobilizing in the interior of the country.

With our correspondent in Conakry, Carol Valade

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Presidential elections were held in Guinea in 2010. They were held under the two-round system, with the first round taking place on 27 June 2010 and the second round on 7 November, after an initial date of 18 July and several other postponements.

CONAKRY (Reuters) - Guinea 's veteran opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo accepted the nomination on Sunday of his UFDG party to challenge President Conde and Diallo faced off in 2010 in Guinea 's first free national election, which Conde won with a promise for democratic and economic

The campaign begins with a bang for the UFDG in Conakry. Along Le Prince Route through pro-opposition neighborhoods and up to the capital's airport, thousands of people welcomed Cellou Dalein Diallo back from an international tour.

Shirt, tie and cap in his own likeness, the opponent appeared on the sunroof of his car to wave to the crowd, creating a monster traffic jam across the city.

The UFDG staged a show of force in Conakry, where it largely won the February 2018 communal elections, while the ruling RPG campaigned in the interior of the country.

The ministers or executives rallied in turn to their region of origin, the Head of State, candidate for a third term , intervened by videoconference, accused of tinting his speech with warlike and community accents in front of crowds compact and yellow, the color of the ruling party.

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