Donors push Mali to hold post-war vote on July 28
New government must tackle graft, rebuild shattered state
Botched vote could hinder reconciliation
By David Lewis and Adama Diarra
DAKAR/GAO, Mali, July 12 (Reuters) - Mali's presidential hopefuls kicked off campaigning this week for a July 28 election intended to draw a line under a coup and an Islamist uprising, despite concerns that a rushed poll may sow the seeds of future strife.
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