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English  |  português 09:15:26, Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
SRSG on Guinea-Bissau elections
14 April 2014 - The UN in Bissau notes with satisfaction that after two difficult years, the people of Guinea-Bissau have just exercised their sovereign right to elect a new National Assembly, from which a new Government will be formed as well as elect a new President of the Republic.
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UN Chief commends Guinea-Bissau people for orderly, peaceful elections
14 April 2014 - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has applauded the people of Guinea-Bissau for their orderly and peaceful participation in yesterday’s presidential and legislative elections, and called on all candidates to respect the upcoming results.
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Presence of international partners is dissuasive-SRSG Ramos-Horta
12 April 2014 - The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) to Guinea-Bissau today stated that the massive presence of high level international missions of observers to the general elections on Sunday April 13, is a positive factor that shows the interest of the international community in Guinea-Bissau as well as a factor of dissuasion from past practices towards a new country ready to move towards development.
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As Guinea-Bissau votes in bid for stability, UN urges respect for results
11 April 2014 - With preparations supported by the United Nations, voters in Guinea-Bissau head to the polls this Sunday in presidential and parliamentary elections many hope will bring stability to the tiny West African nation.

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On April 13th the Bissau-Guineans voted for presidential and legislative elections, choosing among 13 candidates to be the new Head of State and 15 political parties running for parliament and government. An overwhelming percentage of citizens accomplish with their constitutional right in free, fair and transparent elections, according to national authorities and more than 400 international observers.