KIGALI, Rwanda

Voters in Guinea will go to the polls on Sunday to elect members of parliament and vote on the constitutional referendum in an election boycotted by the opposition.

The electoral campaign which started on March 15 ended on Friday.

About five million voters are registered for the vote, according to the Independent National Electoral Commission.

The date of the legislative elections and the referendum was postponed twice — initially from Feb. 16 to March 1, then to March 22.

A total of 43 opposition political parties selected by the electoral commission are in the race.

However, the election

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