Guinea-Bissau ambassador says voting for presidential election was normal

Praia, Nov 25 (Inforpress) – Guinea-Bissau’s ambassador to Cabo Verde said on Sunday that voting in the archipelago for the presidential elections in his country was normal, and there were no constraints in the process.

“The information we have is that everything went as normal as possible, the Guinean people are peaceful both here and in Guinea-Bissau gave a good lesson in participation, everything is normal, of course there may be some irregularities in the voting, but the table delegates will decide at the right time,” said M’bála Fernandes, speaking to Inforpress, taking stock of the voting process in Cabo Verde.

As he went on, the results of the presidential elections in Cabo Verde will be announced by the National Election Commission and then sent to Senegal, thanking everyone who was involved for the smooth running of the process.

The polling stations were open from 7 am to 5 pm in Cabo Verde. In Cabo Verde, voters exercised their voting rights at eight polling stations in Santiago Islands through polling stations 1 – Palmarejo Elementary School (13 Janeiro) polling station 2 –  Cónego Jacinto High School (Várzea) polling station 4 – Manuel Lopes High School (Calabaceira) polling station 5 – Santa Cruz (Santiago) (City Hall of Santa Cruz), polling station 6 – Santa Catarina (Santiago) – Assomada – Amílcar Cabra High School – polling station 7 and Boa Vista – Municipal Stadium on polling station 8.

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