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Saran Daraba: Guinean women key for democracy

After the 28 September 2009 and the exile of Dadis Camara, a new era seems to have started in Guinea. New democratic elections have been set for June 2010 and civil society is trying to react with strength to current difficulties. However, no transition can be done without making women play a key role.

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Guinean military appoints civilian prime minister

Jan20

Guinea’s military junta appointed a veteran opposition leader as the country’s new prime minister, a crucial step that sets the stage for the military to cede power to civilians in elections within the next six months.

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Guinea: Crimes against humanity

The international commission of inquiry established by Mr Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary General to invest the massacres committed on September 28, 2009 in Conakry, the capital of Guinea, during the violent repression by the army in a political demonstration has submitted its results; and although the report has not been officially released, the media has already been able to review its main conclusions.

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Guinea: Between the devil and the deep blue sea

The international community’s hasty decision to investigate Guinea’s Captain Camara for crimes against humanity has led to serious setbacks in solving the country’s political crisis, Joseph Kaifala argues in Pambazuka News. Since the only way for Camara to avoid trial at the International Criminal Court is to remain in power, it’s unlikely he’ll be willing to relinquish his military dictatorship any time soon, says Kaifala.

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