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Thursday, 2 May, 2002, 15:13 GMT 16:13 UK
Sierra Leone's presidential elections: Your questions

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After 10 years of brutal civil war, the small West African state of Sierra Leone goes to the polls on 14 May to elect a president as peace takes hold.

BBC reporter Josephine Hazeley is in Sierra Leone to report on the historic elections.

She was joined by Academic Dr Nana Pratt and commentator David Tam Baryoh to answer your questions about the country and the vote.

Is Sierra Leone finally at peace? How well could the rebels do at the polls and could regional instability scupper any peace hopes?


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