The outgoing president, Roch Marc Christian Kaboré, received the presidential election within the first spherical in Burkina Faso with 57.87% of the vote. He’s forward of Eddie Komboïgo (15.48%), of which it was the primary candidacy. He wore the colours of the CDP, the get together of former President Blaise Compaoré. A celebration that was not allowed to run in 2015. If the get together that led the nation for 27 years finds a spot within the political recreation, the activists are nonetheless disillusioned with this consequence. Similar to Zéphirin Diabréfs UPC, third within the first spherical (12.46%).
There could also be music within the yard on the marketing campaign headquarters of Eddie Komboïgo, the candidate for CDP (Congress for Democracy and Progress), the environment is just not actually festive. For Cissé, a younger activist, this second place is bitter. “It is a mess, it is a mess. This was not what we anticipated from the poll field,” he instructed our particular correspondent. Paulina zidi.
The CDP is already trying in direction of 2025
Man Roux, he believed in it till the top. And he does not likely perceive these outcomes that come from the votes: “He (Eddie Komboïgo, editor’s notice) had a really snug voting machine. Our get together is all over the place in Burkina Faso, actually stable folks assist him, a dynamic youth additionally supported him. So he had each likelihood to achieve this election. ”
A second place which doesn’t make Sid Mohammed, one other younger activist, blush. For him, we nonetheless should salute the progress made for this get together, which in 2015 had been excluded from the final presidential election: “Actually, we’ve come a good distance and I believe it’s important to be Eddie Komboïgo to be as combative as it’s to return. in second place if we follow the results of the poll field. So we will solely congratulate and encourage him. “
Combating, Sid Mohamed is already on his strategy to 2025. “Work begins now”, he warns.
UPC stays silent and can converse quickly
The temper was comparatively the identical within the Union for progress and alter. Following the proclamation of the provisional outcomes, the UPC headquarters, the Zephirin Diabré get together, was emptied. There was hardly anybody there, not like earlier years. Following a slogan from UPC officers, no animation or regrouping was permitted. As well as, the leaders didn’t reply to a name from the press for the preliminary outcomes.
On the nationwide administration of the marketing campaign, solely technicians are behind their animation tools. “There isn’t any one. Everyone seems to be gone,” he instructed our correspondent. Yaya Boudani. We resolve to take a tour of the get together’s headquarters. Right here, too, calm reigns. Within the courtyard, chairs are stacked in festive colours on a terrace. Some activists – lower than ten – are sitting in entrance of a TV set. Posters by candidate Zéphirin Diabré’s election marketing campaign are plastered on the partitions. Justin, an activist who handed by, urges his comrades to not be deterred by the results of the vote.
Samiratou Compaoré, a younger activist, says she could be very disillusioned along with her candidate’s rating, however she is already excited about the following 5 years. After this “blow of the sledgehammer”, in response to a celebration activist, the directions are clear: “no clarification or regrouping for the time being”. Within the coming days, the get together will learn out these elections, entrusts us with an official.
Provisional nationwide outcomes:
Roch Marc Christian Kaboré, MPP – The Folks’s Motion for Progress: 57.87%, wins the election within the first spherical.
EddieKomboïgo, CDP – Congress for Democracy and Progress: 15.48%
Zéphirin Diabré, UPC – Union for Progress and Change: 12.46%
Kadré Désiré Ouedraogo, performing collectively: 3.36%
Tahirou Barry – Pairs: 2.19%
Ablasse Ouedraogo – Faso Different: 1.80%
Gilbert Noël Ouedraogo, ADF-RDA: 1.55%
Yacouba Isaac Zida, MPS: 1.52%
Abdoulaye Soma, the solar of the longer term: 1.41%
Ségui Ambroise Farama, OPF: 0.90%
Kiemdoro Do Pascal Sessouma, Imaginative and prescient Burkina: 0.70%
Yéli Monique Kam, MRB: 0.53%
Claude Aimé Tassembedo, unbiased: 0.23%