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DRC electoral commission publishes presidential results

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By Josephine Lukoya, Jean Luke Ndaruhutse and Agencies

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Kinshasa, DRC-The Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) continued this Sunday, December 4, the publication of partial results of the presidential election on November 28.

According to the President of the CENI, Daniel Ngoy Mulunda, the figures cover 33,792 polling stations across the country, representing a rate of 52.91% of compilation.

CENI began the publication of partial results of the presidential election, Friday, Dec. 2, with numbers representing 15.6% of the election results compiled. On the second day, they accounted for 33.30%.

Daniel Ngoyi Mulunda promised to clarify the results by polling station during the publication of provisional results.

Read below the results, as presented by the President of the CENI:
Bandundu

Offices built: 3775

Rate compilation: 54.25%

1. Andeka 8582
2. Bombole 9174
3. Kabila 748 333
4. Kakese 7847
5. Kamerhe 16 937
6. Kashala 5063
7. Kengo 12 676
8. Mbusa 3624
9. Mobutu 7704
10. Mukendi 3855
11. Tshisekedi 259 313

Bas-Congo

Offices built: 2397

Rate compilation: 86.29%

1. Andeka 7579
2. Bombole 6014
3. Kabila 148 721
4. Kakese 3428
5. Kamerhe 11 959
6. Kashala 2926
7. Kengo 3978
8. Mbusa 2249
9. Mobutu 2078
10. Mukendi 3819
11. Tshisekedi 536 935

Ecuador

Offices compilations: 3297

Rate compilation: 44.77%

1. Andeka 8000
2. Bombole 8921
3. Kabila 104 187
4. Kakese 5562
5. Kamerhe 19 010
6. Kashala 6556
7. Kengo 348 661
8. Mbusa 6461
9. Mobutu 78,012
10. Mukendi 8534
11. Tshisekedi 304 041

Kasai-Occidental

Offices built: 2813

Rate of compilation: 60, 38%

1. Andeka 3782
2. Bombole 2564
3. Kabila 129 420
4. Kakese 2380
5. Kamerhe 2578
6. Kashala 1810
7. Kengo 1599
8. Mbusa 1865
9. Mobutu 2106
10. Mukendi 3760
11. Tshisekedi 672 904

Kasai-Oriental

Offices built: 3357

Rate compilation: 65.44%

1. Andeka 5149
2. Bombole 3181
3. Kabila 179 327
4. Kakese 2530
5. Kamerhe 3131
6. Kashala 2488
7. Kengo 2029
8. Mbusa 2270
9. Mobutu 2186
10. Mukendi 4253
11. Tshisekedi 747 190

Katanga

Offices built: 6113

Rate of compilation: 72, 42%

1. Andeka 9418
2. Bombole 13 361
3. Kabila 1862315
4. Kakese 6622
5. Kamerhe 26 780
6. Kashala 4162
7. Kengo 3786
8. Mbusa 4298
9. Mobutu 5795
10. Mukendi 3431
11. Tshisekedi 189 054

Kinshasa

Offices built: 2836

Rate compilation: 27.44%

1. Andeka 1067
2. Bombole 1779
3. Kabila 174 032
4. Kakese 1031
5. Kamerhe 23 443
6. Kashala 646
7. Kengo 4309
8. Mbusa 498
9. Mobutu 1703
10. Mukendi 953
11. Tshisekedi 393 617

Maniema

Offices built: 1220

Rate compilation: 73.10%

1. Andeka 1872
2. Bombole 3079
3. Kabila 323 316
4. Kakese 1966
5. Kamerhe 27 397
6. Kashala 957
7. Kengo 825
8. Mbusa 919
9. Mobutu 1386
10. Mukendi 1007
11. Tshisekedi 8706

North Kivu

Offices built: 2351

Rate compilation: 44.04%

1. Andeka 4207
2. Bombole 4471
3. Kabila 283 897
4. Kakese 4486
5. Kamerhe 231 284
6. Kashala 3208
7. Kengo 3997
8. Mbusa 148 328
9. Mobutu 5929
10. Mukendi 2852
11. Tshisekedi 115 460

Eastern Province

Offices built: 3869

Rate compilation: 51.68%

1. Andeka 22 246
2. Bombole 18 322
3. Kabila 683 158
4. Kakese 13 003
5. Kamerhe 60 904
6. Kashala 8295
7. Kengo 36 673
8. Mbusa 19 341
9. Mobutu 49,468
10. Mukendi 10 507
11. Tshisekedi 134 389

South Kivu

Offices built: 1764

Rate of compilation: 47, 59%

1. Andeka 1875
2. Bombole 3050
3. Kabila 304 844
4. Kakese 3052
5. Kamerhe 299 340
6. Kashala 1834
7. Kengo 1431
8. Mbusa 1354
9. Mobutu 7370
10. Mukendi 848
11. Tshisekedi 41 041

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