to be known within three

Drawing on June 27, 2010 proceeded in a peaceful manner, with a high turnout, estimated at 75-80%. Due to long queues at polling stations was extended by 2 hours, for hours. 20:00. Pre-election results were to be known within three days [19] [16]. However, June 30, 2010 date of the election commission postponed the announcement of the results of two days of technical and logistic reasons [20]. July 2, 2010 results were announced according to the announcement. For the second round of voting has undergone a former prime minister Cellou Dalein Diallo (39.72% of votes) and Alpha Condé (20.67%). Third place went to former Prime Minister SIDs Touré (15.60%), and the fourth former Prime Minister Lansana Kouyaté (7.75%). Voter turnout was 77% [21].

Alpha Condé announced the results of the challenge to the Supreme Court. A similar decision was made by Toure. Political parties have had time to do so until July 13, and the court had then three days to consider proposals [22]. Lots of these two candidates have stated that they have evidence of fraud, including ballot boxes to fill in and falsification of ballots. 5 July 2010 the government banned the organization of the protests until the election verdict announced by the Supreme Court [23]. July 4 p.o. President Sékoubę Konaté all the soldiers were promoted from the rank of corporal to the major one step up in recognition of their efforts of organizing a safe and peaceful voting [24]. Despite the government ban on July 5, 2010 in Conakry was a protest of about 3,000 supporters Sidyi Touré, who rallied in the city center, accusing Sékoubę Konaté of preventing the holding of free elections. Security forces to disperse the protesters used tear gas [25] [26]. In the aftermath, July 6, 2010 Sékouba Konaté threatened resignation from office, saying he was outraged the opposition-led offensive remarks at his residence. The next day she went to Conakry mission of representatives of the African Union (AU), led by the chairman of the AU Commission, Jean Ping and the President of Mali Amadou Toumani Touré, who appealed to Konaté to remain in office until the end of the transitional period and completion of the electoral process [27] [28 ].

Until July 13, 2010 the Supreme Court received complaints from nearly all the Election candidates. Consequently, the electoral commission has announced the July 8, 2010 to postpone the date of the second round of elections in order to accurately consider the requests. In accordance with electoral law, the re-vote should be held 14 days after acceptance of the results of the first round of elections, which the Supreme Court has had time to July 16, 2010 [29]. 17 July 2010 Prime Minister Jean-Marie Doré informed of the arrest by the security forces suspected of organizing and financing of public protests aimed at the government’s view, disturbance of public order before the second round [30].

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