US News Violent shootings in the streets of Guineas Capital
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in the center of Conakry, the capital of Guineas, soldiers are released. After reports of eyewitnesses, there were hours of firing changes.
The military was above all on the streets of the Peninsula Kaloum to see how a reporter of the news agency AFP reports. There are the Presidential Office and numerous government institutions of the West African country. Telephone inhabitants of Kaloum spoke of violent, persistent shelling. The streets are full of soldiers who asked the inhabitants to return to their homes and not leave them. The news agency Reuters reports citing eyewitnesses, two civilians suffered firing wounds.
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a member of the military explained soldiers now had the only bridge between the mainland and the Peninsula Kaloum and thus blocked the only access. To the Presidential Palace had been posted several difficult-to-armed soldiers. A government member announced, President Alpha Condé was unhurt.coup attempt in progress?
A western diplomat said he has "no doubts" that a coup attempt is in progress, which is led by guinean special forces. According to his information, an elite unit has at least temporarily adopted the Presidential Palace. The diplomat who wanted to stay anonymous, assumed tensions between the government and the commander of the special unit.
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Guinea, which is one of the world's poorest countries in the world despite considerable mineral resources,, which was tightened by the Corona pandemic. President Condé had prevailed a constitutional change last year, which allows him a third term. This in turn triggered mass protests. For clashes with the security forces, according to the opposition, dozens of people were killed.
The 83-year-old President could remain in power by 2030 if he should again win the presidential election in 2025. Condé was in 2010 from the first democratic elections since the independence of the country of France in 1958 emerged as a winner. Many citizens had hoped that his presidency will bring a new beginning for the country, which had been shaped by authoritarian forms of government for decades.
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