Guinean opposition leaders on Sunday denounced the west African country's long-delayed local elections as fraudulent, citing vote rigging in polling stations across the west African country. "There is fraud at the national level," said former prime minister Sidya Toure after polls closed at 1800 GMT. "We are seeing problems, especially concerning ink, in a lot of polling stations," added Toure, who heads the opposition Union of Republican Forces (UFR).
Donald Trump has doubled down in recent days on his assertion that the U.S. election, scheduled for Nov. 8, is rigged. He has urged his supporters to go to polling stations and keep an eye out for instances of voting fraud. Accordin...
DAKAR (Reuters) - Nigeria's relatively peaceful elections have set the bar high for a string of votes this year across West Africa, though tensions in Guinea remain a concern, the United Nations' top regional official said.
CONAKRY (Reuters) - Guinea's main opposition leader said on Saturday he would call on his supporters to protest fraud and rigging at an election which President Alpha Conde is likely to win.
CONAKRY (Reuters) - All seven opposition leaders who contested Guinea's presidential election against incumbent Alpha Conde said on Monday the results of the vote held on Sunday should be annulled because of fraud.