Guinea-Bissau began counting ballots on Sunday after a calm day of voting in a run-off presidential election between two former prime ministers who both promise to bring stability to the turbulent West African nation.
Voters in Guinea-Bissau began casting ballots on Sunday in a run-off presidential election pitting two former prime ministers who both promise to bring stability to the turbulent West African nation.
Botswana’s Independent Electoral Commission says the counting of parliamentary votes is progressing well. Counting has been completed in five of the 57 constituencies.
Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi has called on citizens who have registered to vote to exercise their right to vote.
The six Conservatives vying to become Britain’s Prime Minister face off in the second round of voting on Tuesday, with the final pair to be decided by the end of the week.