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Topic - National Electoral Commission
Sierra Leone carried out a largely peaceful and well-conducted vote despite isolated reports of money changing hands and polling stations marred by bees and lack of light, observers said this week.
DAKAR, SENEGAL | Senegal's president conceded Tuesday he could be forced into a runoff election after failing to secure the outright majority for a disputed third term.
Tanzania's ruling party, which has been in power for close to half a century, faced an energized opposition in national elections Sunday after corruption scandals that have undermined the government's popularity.