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Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza has won a controversial third term, taking nearly 70% of the vote, according to provisional results from the country’s electoral commission.
Opposition leader Agathon Rwasa won 19 per cent of the vote after his name was left on the ballot paper, despite a boycott.
At least 70 people have been killed since Mr Nkurunziza announced in April he would run for a third term.
The government accuses the opposition of provoking violent protests.
Opponents says his bid was illegal, due to a limit of two terms in the constitution.
Final, official results are expected at the end of next week.
Turnout was more than 73 per cent, higher than many analysts predicted, although it was significantly lower in the capital Bujumbura, where most of the protests have been.
Regional and international bodies have already said the conditions for credible and free elections were not met.
The US State Department has joined critics saying the election lacks credibility.
The African Union (AU) did not send observers – the first time it has taken such a stance against a member state.
The US State Department and the European Union expressed concern that the elections were not free and fair.
In May, army generals opposed to President Nkurunziza’s continuing rule failed to overthrow him in a coup attempt.
The Constitutional Court backed his argument that his first term in office did not count towards the two-term limit, as he was elected by MPs.