Boycott, violence in Cameroon's legislative vote

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Elections for Cameroon’s legislature and local councils have taken place for the first time in seven years after two postponements.

The Democratic Rally of the Cameroonian People (RDPC), party of President Paul Biya, one of the world’s oldest and longest-serving leaders, who has ruled for 37 of his 86 years was favoured to win especially since a part of the opposition, the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC), called for a boycott of the polls and refused to field a single candidate.…
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Cameroon
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cameroon, vote, violence