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According to the provisional results declared on Tuesday evening in Niamey by the president of the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI), Issaka Souna, Mohamed Bazoum, the candidate of Niger’s ruling Party for Democracy and Socialism (PNDS-TARAYYA), won the second round of presidential elections on Sunday.

With 2,504,459 votes, or 55.75 percent of the total votes, Bazoum won the election against 1,985,736 votes, or 44.25 percent of the total, for his Democratic and Republican Renewal challenger, Mahamane Ousmane, Souna said.

The number of voters casting their ballots is estimated at 4,487,195, with a turnout of 62.91 percent out of more than 7.4 million registered voters, said Souna.

For final confirmation, the provisional results will be submitted to the constitutional court.

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