BEIRUT (Reuters) - Logistical problems have hampered voting at a small number of polling stations in Sudan, the election body said on Tuesday, as voters headed to the polls for the second of three days to choose a president and parliament.
Most of the main opposition parties are boycotting the elections and government critics say there is little real competition against President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, in power since 1989, and his National Congress Party.
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