Coalition leaders turn out to vote at respective polling stations

In these Presidential, Legislative and Municipal elections, the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) is going before the electorate with the support of no less than 14 opposition parties, which have joined forces with the PDGE, and to support our candidate Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

These parties are Popular Union (UP); Liberal Democratic Convention (CLD); Social Democrat Party of Equatorial Guinea (PSDGE); Social Democratic Union (UDS); Progressive Democratic Alliance (ADP); Popular and Social Convergence (CSDP); Equatorial Guinea Popular Action (APGE) ; Equatorial Guinea Socialist Party (PSGE); National Democratic Union (UDENA); Liberal Party (PL); Centre Right Union (UCD); Equatorial Guinea National Congress (CNGE); National Union for Democracy (PUNDGE); and Equatorial Guinea National Democratic Party. We have worked on the Election Campaign, and its leaders have accompanied candidate Obiang Nguema Mbasogo in all his rallies throughout the country.

As expected, Election Day also saw Coalition leaders exercising their right to vote in their various neighbourhoods and areas. Thus, for example, we saw Francisco Mba Olo Bahamonde, head of the Progressive Democratic Alliance and Tomas Mba Monabang, from the National Union for Democracy (PUNDGE). All of them, alongside all other Equatoguineans, voted on a day marked, once again, by a lack of incidents and complete normality.

Source: Official Web Page of the Governmen

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