Winner Declared in Guinea Bissau PollThe country's electoral body has declared Jose Mario Vaz winner of the presidential run-off election but his opponent, Nuno Gomes Nabia, say he will not accept the result as the figures collected by his campaign differs from those announced by the commission.
Deutsche Welle, 20 May 2014
Jose Mario Vaz has won the presidential run-off election in the West African nation of Guinea-Bissau. However, his opponent has said he would not accept the result. Read more »
A polling station in Guinée-Bissau.
Guinea Bissau: Jose Mario Vaz Elected President
VOA, 20 May 2014
Guinea-Bissau's electoral commission says Jose Mario Vaz has won the presidential election. Read more »
Guinea Bissau: Nation Awaits Presidential Runoff Results
VOA, 19 May 2014
Vote counting is under way in Guinea-Bissau after Sunday's second-round presidential election. Read more »
Guinea Bissau: Second Round of Presidential Elections in Guinea-Bissau
UNDP, 19 May 2014
After a successful first round which had a voter turnout of 88 percent - the highest in the history of democratic elections in the country, Guinea-Bissau held its second round of… Read more »
Guinea Bissau: Ballot Count in Run-Off Begins
UN News, 19 May 2014
With ballot counting underway in Guinea Bissau's presidential run-off, the United Nations Security Council and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the successful… Read more »