eurasianet.org. “Nazarbayev Apologetic for Lopsided Election Results" - The results of the April 26 presidential election in Kazakhstan offer a good illustration of President Nursultan Nazarbayev's aversion to what he described last month as “forced democracy." He won reelection with almost 98 percent of the vote.
theglobeandmail.com. “Kazakhstan president wins 97 percent of vote; Sudan president wins 94 percent" - President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan was declared to have been re-elected Monday, winning 94 percent of the vote in balloting that was boycotted by opposition groups and marred by low turnout and public apathy. Meanwhile, election officials in
theguardian.com. “Kazakhstan election avoids question of Nazarbayev successor" - The 74-year-old president is set to be reinstated by his loyal followers on Sunday, but the failure to consider a successor is making the outside world nervous. From nervous students to frail war veterans, state television anchors to professional sportspeople, one by one they climbed on to the stage to unleash breathless eulogies in honour of their leader.
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