A Way Out of Guinea Election Quagmire
In a new report, the International Crisis Group calls on President Alpha Condé to engage in a "genuine" dialogue with the opposition in order to hold peaceful and credible legislative elections.
A woman votes in the elections in Guinea.
Guinea: Govt Announces 2013 Polls
AEP, 14 December 2012
The chairman of Guinea's Independent National Electoral Commission, Bakary Fofana, said Wednesday the country's long-delayed parliamentary election will take place May 12 of next… Read more »
Liberia: Three Killed in Guinea Riot
New Democrat, 13 December 2012
At least three people died and several others were injured in clashes that broke out late on Monday in southern Guinea between opposition militants and government supporters,… Read more »
Africa Renewal, 29 November 2012
In December 2008, a Guinean newspaper published a photo of a frail and ailing President Lansana Conté, who appeared to be struggling to stand up. The photo stoked rumours of… Read more »
ThinkAfricaPress, 23 October 2012
On October 2, close to two years after the election of Alpha Condé as the first democratically-elected president of Guinea, the so-called 'water castle' of Africa celebrated… Read more »
FIDH, 12 October 2012
Back from an international mission to Guinea, FIDH and its member organisation, OGDH, welcome the annoucement of a ministerial reshuffle which removes actors allegedly responsible… Read more »
Guinea: 'Fear Has Switched Sides'
UNIRIN, 1 October 2012
Three years after a stadium massacre in the Guinean capital Conakry in which hundreds of people were killed, injured and raped during a military crackdown on a rally to protest… Read more »