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Former prime minister Manuel Valls has declared he will vote for centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and not his own party's candidate, Benoît Hamon, in the French presidential election. Valls lost the Socialist primary to Hamon, who is on the left of the party and quit the government over its economic policy.
Voters waiting in line at a polling station in the Santa Maria area of …
Ghanaian voters go to the polls on Friday in elections that are seen as opportunity to reinforce the country’s strong democratic principles. In Accra there were some problems with voting materials not being delivered on time and issues with voters not forming orderly queues. Otherwise voting took place peacefully with polls opening at 7am local time.