Guinean Opposition Rejects Junta’s 39-month Transition Plan

Guinean opposition has rejected the recent 39-month transitional period before a return to civilian rule that was issued by the ruling Junta over the weekend.

Abdoulaye Oumou Sow, who is the spokesperson for the National Front for the Defense of the Constitution has rejected the move citing a blatant violation of the constitution.

Sow is also the former opponent of deposed Guinean President Alpha Conde further cited the illegality of the interim government in place.

Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, the head of Guinea’s military junta, said Saturday he had opted for a 39-month transitional period before a return to civilian rule. He said the National Transition Council (CNT) would put the proposal to parliament.

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United Nations (U.N.) Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres urged Sunday evening the authorities of Mali, Guinea and Burkina Faso to return to “constitutional order” as soon as possible.


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