Sudan’s first elections in twenty-four years are being marred by boycotts and alleged fraud. International Affair experts were hoping this years elections would be free and fair but doubts were cast far in advance due to mounting tension over a referendum which would give south Sudan the right to succeed in January 2011.
Early results from the election suggest a strong win of up to 90% for President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, according to a sample of results from northern Sudan reported by state media.
But European Union and Carter Center observers say the elections did not meet international standards.
WHERE THERE IS NO CAMERA THERE IS NO HUMAN INTERVENTION: