DR Congo election concerns over vote credibility

The introduction of electronic voting and the exclusion of a number of candidates from the ballot has united opposition parties ahead of the long-delayed vote in December.

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    In the Democratic Republic of Congo, there have been calls to reject the use of electronic voting machines in December's general election.

    A coalition of opposition leaders says the devices are not secure and can be tampered with.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from the capital Kinshasa


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