The group intended to denounce the electoral coup of the election Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG-on power ), whose candidate Ali Bongo Ondimba was declared the winner in the presidential election.
Most commercial and private transport companies have been working as usual this Monday.
Former prime minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong said that the coalition does not recognize Ali Bongo elected as President of Gabon.
"I urge the Gabonese to do the same as the light has been shed on the election results from the recount of the voices," Mr Eyeghe Ndong said.
The candidates of the opposition claim they are the victims of state oppression and say the vote was unlikely to be free and fair. The said Ali Bongo has used the state machinery in his campaign and the opposition was excluded from the main state media.
"The 2009 presidential election had major irregularities," confirmed Mr. Eyeghe Ndong on a private radio last Monday.
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