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Well-Earned Victory: Cent and Keita

well-earned victory: The turnout dropped from the first round, in which nearly 43 per cent of voters made it to the polls, according to Toronto Star. On Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018, Malian incumbent-President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita arrives to cast his ballot during the Presidential second round election in Bamako, Mali. Opposition leader Soumaila Cisse received more than 32 per cent of the vote in Sunday's runoff that had an estimated turnout of 34 per cent amid threats of violence from extremist groups. Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has won another term in a runoff election with more than 67 percent of the vote. We are very happy for this well-earned victory for our president, said Mahamadou Camara, spokesperson for Keita. Annie Risemberg / The Associated Press The constitutional court must approve the results by Aug. 22. ( As reported in the news.