Preliminary results from Angola's parliamentary election show the ruling MPLA is headed for a landslide victory.
Election officials say the MPLA, which has ruled the former Portuguese colony since independence in 1975, received more than 81% of the vote.
Vote counting is not yet complete.
Meanwhile, the main opposition party, Unita, has asked the country's constitutional court to order a re-run of parliamentary elections in the capital, Luanda.
The ballot was extended into a second day after delays and administrative problems left many people unable to cast their votes.
The elections are Angola's first in 16 years, following the end of a 27-year civil war in 2002.
Fourteen parties are taking part. Some eight million voters are registered.