Two West African countries, Ivory Coast and Guinea have recently held presidential elections regarded as their first democratic vote since independence. Peaceful change could herald a new era of prosperity for the people of both countries, which are leading commodity exporters. Fiona Symon asks the FT's West Africa correspondent Tom Burgis what could happen if the results of the polls are disputed.

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