Mali election results 'do not reflect the truth': opposition

2018-08-16 16:50
Tiebile Drame, campaign manager and spokesperson of Malian Opposition leader Soumaila Cisse, delivers a speech during a press conference at the party's headquarters in Bamako, Mali. (Michele Cattani, AFP)

Tiebile Drame, campaign manager and spokesperson of Malian Opposition leader Soumaila Cisse, delivers a speech during a press conference at the party's headquarters in Bamako, Mali. (Michele Cattani, AFP)

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Mali's opposition rejected the results on Thursday of presidential elections and vowed to use "all democratic means" to contest the outcome.

"These are their results. They do not reflect the truth of the polls," Tiebile Drame, opposition leader Soumaila Cisse's campaign chief, said at the party's headquarters. "We strongly call for people to mobilise."

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