According to Guinea’s main opposition leader, more than 100 of the country’s political parties have agreed to present a joint demand for a return to the civilian rule to the military junta that seized power in September.
Cellou Dalein Diallo told a news conference that the “Collective of Political Parties had agreed on a timetable for a political transition.”
The Economic Community of West African States, Ecowas, is demanding elections within six months.
ECOWAS suspended Guinea from the regional bloc after President Alpha Condé was deposed in a coup nearly four months ago.
On Monday the United States dropped Guinea, along with Ethiopia and Mali, from an Africa trade preference agreement over human rights concerns.
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