Cameroon electors petition court to annul elections

Two Cameroonian voters have petition the supreme courts over alleged irregularities in the Oct. 7 presidential polls. The two electors,…

Two Cameroonian voters have petition the supreme courts over alleged irregularities in the Oct. 7 presidential polls.

The two electors, Bertin Kisob and Rigobert Minhaba Aminou, filed 15 complaints in their bid to have the vote cancelled, Maka Eyoum Longin, registrar-in-chief of the Constitutional Council, told reporters Wednesday in the capital, Yaounde. A deadline for the filing of petitions expires at midnight on Wednesday, he said.

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