In Benin’s presidential election, as reported by Adam Carr (whose source is indicated as the National Autonomous Election Commission):
Boni Yayi, 31.9%
Adrien HoungbÃ©dji, 25.2%
Bruno Amoussou, 19%
LÃ©hady Soglo, 8.6%
No other candidate (and there were twenty-three others) had over 4%.
The top two will meet in a runoff approximately two weeks after the certification of the first-round result.
For a longer discussion of the election and the significance of Benin’s presidential system, see my post from 5 March, the day of the first round.
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