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Gabon opposition leader takes vote complaint to court

Gabonese opposition leader Jean Ping at his party headquarters in Libreville on August 28, 2016 during a press conferenceGabon opposition leader Jean Ping on Thursday lodged a complaint with the country’s Constitutional Court contesting the official results of last month’s presidential election, won by incumbent Ali Bongo, his campaign team said. “Jean Ping has a petition with the Constitutional Court requesting a review… of the results of the August 27, 2016, presidential election in Haut-Ogooue province,” Bongo’s family fiefdom. One of Ping’s legal team, Jean-Remy Batsantsa, said the appeal was for a “recount of votes in this province, polling station by polling station, through comparison of records held by the Cenap (the national electoral commission) and all parties.

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