World Guinea: a delegation of Heads of State of Cédao arrived at Conakry
Guinea: Dozens of opponents released
© AFP - CELLOU Binani Abdoulaye Diallo (in the center), former Mayor of Kindia, his release from Conakry Central Prison, September 7, 2021. A first group of Several dozens of opponents to the Guinean President fallen Alpha Condé, detained in Conakry Civil Prison, was released yesterday early in the evening.
Cédaao wants to go fast and wants to mark the shot: the next day the Extraordinary Summit of Accra, she sends a delegation to Guinea. On Thursday, September 16, 2021, the West African community decided to impose sanctions to the putschists who overthrew Alpha Condé, on September 5th, and they give them six months to organize presidential and legislative elections.
with our special envoy to Conakry, Charlotte Idrac
red carpet and military fanfare on the Tarmac at Conakry airport., the Ghanaian Nana Akufo-Addo, arrived at the end of the morning with his Ivorian counterpart Alassane Ouattara in the Guinean capital. Heads of State were welcomed by Colonel Doumbouya, the head of the National Committee of the Gathering and Development (CNRD). Were also present, military authorities, ambassadors or the new Governor of Conakry.
Coup d'etat in Guinea: the suspended country of Cédéao
The leaders of the Economic Community of West African States are waiting for the sending this Thursday of a mission to pronounce on economic sanctions © / AP / SIPA of the military at the coup in Guinea, in Conakry on September 5, 2021. Sanction - The leaders of the Economic Community of West African States are waiting for sending this Thursday D A mission to decide on economic sanctions even though they are still minimal, the first penalties begin to fall against the Guinea .
The purpose of this visit is to inform voices the CNRD officials of the decisions taken on Thursday at the Cédaao summit in Accra in Ghana, a week just after a first diplomatic mission in Conakry who was able to meet the President Inverted Alpha Condé.
The West African organization has shown the tone to request a return to constitutional order in Guinea with a rapid transition: six months to organize presidential and legislative elections. Sanctions have also been announced against junta officials: ban on travel, asset gel and then prohibition for CNRC members to report to the presidential election. The Cédéao obviously wants to go fast. In his communiqué, the organization is concerned about the resurgence of coups after those of Mali in 2021 and 2021.
solicited Thursday night to react to these ads, the CNRD spokesman did not respond, Like the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which provides interim. On the policies, "it's too early," answer this morning Cellou Dalein Dalein of the UFDG and Sidya Toure of the UFR. All I can tell you is that it's "misunderstanding," we say in the entourage of the new authorities. "How to review the electoral file and organize credible elections," underlines a source close to power.
Exchanges must continue at the Sheraton Hotel in Conakry. As a result, the domestic consultations, which had to resume at the People's Palace, with the directors of banks and the unions were offset.
Guinea junta brushes off impact of ECOWAS sanctions .
Guinea junta brushes off impact of ECOWAS sanctionsThe Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) agreed on Thursday to freeze the financial assets of the junta and their relatives and bar them from travelling in response to the Sept. 5 ouster of President Alpha Conde.