(UPI) Equatorial Guinea declares mandate

(UPI) Equatorial Guinea declares mandate

November 15, 2011
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The government of Equatorial Guinea touted a weekend vote for constitutional reform as an overwhelming success. It claimed that of all the 230,930 eligible voters, only around 2,200 votes cast were against the measure.

 

Less than 2,500 people voted against constitutional reforms spelled out by the government of Equatorial Guinea, a statement from the election board said.

The government of Equatorial Guinea touted a weekend vote for constitutional reform as an overwhelming success. It claimed that of all the 230,930 eligible voters, only around 2,200 votes cast were against the measure.

Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene, the country's internal affairs minister and chairman of the National Electoral Board, said the vote was carried out in the most transparent and inclusive way possible.

 

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