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Guineans set to vote in tense presidential election

Voters in Guinea will head to the polls on Sunday to elect the country’s next president, in a tense election that comes after months of deadly unrest.
President Alpha Conde is seeking a controversial third term after pushing through a revamped constitution earlier this year that critics denounced as a plot to sidestep a two-term limit on presidential mandates.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, opposition candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo accuses Conde of fomenting ethnic divisions.

Al Jazeera’s Nicholas Haque reports.

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    Alpha Conde 82 years old and still want the power … shame

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    Be SAFE brothers.

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    it is so hard to be black

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    Cellou already win

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    Abdou Rahman Jallow

    Cellou has won

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    Juninho Free kick

    They are trying to prevent what the Fulanis are doing in Nigeria. Alpha conde doesn’t look lyk someone ready to give up the perks of office. If only sit-tight dictators ruled well, built roads, improved lives….

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