Court declares Cameroona s Biya landslide poll winner, despite accusations of fraud
Cameroon's Supreme Court on Friday declared sitting President Paul Biya winner of this month's presidential election with an expected landslide majority, despite allegations of massive fraud and calls by the opposition to annul the results.
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#1 Oct 21, 2011
what kind of ct-ards do you use there please tell me thank you
#2 Oct 23, 2011
The African people would be much better off today if the so-called "colonialists" had continued to tutor them. Then they might have been ready in, say, 2050, to run their own countries in an orderly, honest, and competent manner.(I suspect that many people now realize that it was a terrible mistake to turn over South Africa to the majority.) Millions of Africans have died because of civil war, hunger, genocide, etc. since the so-called "colonialists" left.
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#3 Oct 25, 2011
let us get money that pays no tax insted of politics
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