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Election observers play down irregularities in DR Congo vote

International observers praised progress in the second-round of presidential voting in the Democratic Republic of Congo, playing down irregularities and efforts to manipulate results so far. “Instances of disruption or attempted manipulation of the electoral process, while serious in a few cases, appear at this point isolated and unlikely to affect the overall success of the vote,” said former Canadian prime minister Joe Clark, head of a mission by the US-based Carter Center sent to monitor the vote. Full Story

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