Gabon Junta Announce Elections For August 2025

The military government that overthrew President Ali Bongo Ondimba on August 30 this year announced on Monday, November 14, that elections to democratically elect a new president will take place in August 2025.

The information was made known to the public by the Transitional Committee for the Restitution of Institutions.

“August 2025: elections and end of the transition”, announced the military power spokesman live on state television Gabon Première.

Ali Bongo’s 14-year rule was ended by military leaders on August 30, 2023, moments after he was proclaimed the winner in a presidential election, which both the army and the opposition termed fraudulent.

Presidential positions in Africa have often gone under criticms by the masses for being a family affair. Many believe this should serve as an eye opener to the other African countries facing similar hereditary issues.

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