Agence France-PresseOctober 3, 2013 03:15
Guinean President Alpha Conde on Wednesday urged party leaders to accept the results of September 28 legislative polls, as security was ramped up in the capital amid fears of violence.
With results trickling in, Conde praised the vote as the dawn of democracy in the chronically unstable west African nation.
But the opposition has already complained of rigging during the election, which was meant to turn the page on a protracted transitional period.
Guinea's electoral commission on Tuesday released some partial and provisional results.