Some articles on results:
... Results accounting for 18.2% of registered voters (including many who did not vote) showed Touré with 61.3% of the vote and Keïta as a distant second with 29.8% ... On May 1, the four FDR candidates, rejecting the official results, said that they would try to have the election annulled ... Keïta's campaign said that it would release different results ...
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