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A referendum on November 13, 2011, to modify the constitution of Equatorial Guinea to further increase the powers of the presidency was marred by reports of voting fraud, harassment of opposition supporters, and intimidation of voters.

Update: The final vote tally, according to government of Equatorial Guinea, was passage of the referendum with 97.7 percent approval and 91 percent voter participation, a result EG Justice and Human Rights Watch said was not credible given the many reports of voting fraud, harassment of oppositio

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