Gabon has marked one year after a disputed election sparked a political crisis and violent protests. Incumbent President Ali Bongo, the son of late ruler Omar Bongo, was declared the winner of the August 27 election by a margin of fewer than 6,000 votes. We take a look at the country one year on after this tense presidential election.
Gabon, one year on after 2016 tensed election [The Morning Call]
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