Mali counts votes held amid coronavirus pandemic

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Vote counting began on Monday in Mali as polling stations closed in the final round of legislative elections held on Sunday April 19.

The vote was held amid the coronavirus pandemic with the aim to revive confidence in the country's embattled governance institutions despite a bloody terrorist conflict.

Sunday's vote was the second and final round of parliamentary polls. It concludes the process to fill the 147-seat National Assembly. The vote was the first since 2013 when President Ibrahim Bou…
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