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Maldives provisional poll results show opposition upset win

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 24 September 2018
President Yameen has not conceded, but Maldives' foreign ministry said opposition leader Ibrahim Mohamed Solih had won, and that voting had proceeded smoothly.
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According to Reuters, opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has taken a 15 percentage point lead over incumbent Abdulla Yameen in the Maldives’ presidential election. Yameen was expected to cement his grip on power, amid criticism over the fairness of the vote on the islands. The provisional...

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