Nearly 1.4 million Mauritanians have voted to choose a new president in which the incumbent, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, is expected to win another term.
But his main challenge is voter turnout. So far; it has been low because of a boycott called by opposition parties and civil society organisations.
Al Jazeera's Abdelmounim ElAmrani reports from Nouakchott.
Source: Al Jazeera