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Mauritius: vote counting begins in the general election

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Counting is underway in Mauritius following a strong turnout in an election to decide who will govern one of Africa's wealthiest and most stable democracies for the next five years. The Electoral Commission said roughly three-quarters of the island's almost one million eligible voters turned out to cast their ballot in a peaceful election. IMAGES

Added on the 08/11/2019 14:04:00 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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