Guinea: Talks Between Govt, Opposition


A UN envoy has convened a meeting between the government and opposition leaders to help resolve differences over preparations for stalled legislative elections.

Quelling an opposition protest.

  • Africa:  AU Calls for Restraint, Dialogue in Guinea

    The Herald, 13 May 2013

    In a statement issued by the AU over the weekend, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson of the AU Commission, called on the Guinean parties to exercise restraint and demonstrate a ... read more »

  • Guinea:  Security Council Welcomes Agreement to Resolve Differences Peacefully

    UN News Service, 29 April 2013

    The Security Council today welcomed the joint declaration of non-violence signed last week in Conakry between the main Guinean stakeholders in which they committed themselves to ... read more »

  • Guinea:  Security Council Press Statement On Guinea

    United Nations, 29 April 2013

    The following press statement was issued today by Security Council President Eugène-Richard Gasana ( Rwanda): read more »

  • Guinea:  One Dead, 10 Injured in Guinean Opposition Protest

    Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, 27 April 2013

    At least one person was shot dead and ten others were injured here on Thursday in violent clashes between security forces and demonstrators supporting the Guinean opposition. read more »

  • Guinea:  Political Parties Sign Declaration Against Violence

    UN News Service, 24 April 2013

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the signing of a joint declaration by political actors in Guinea to resolve differences over preparations for stalled legislative ... read more »

  • Guinea:  UN Envoy Urges Calm and Dialogue Ahead of Elections

    UN News Service, 18 April 2013

    The United Nations envoy for West Africa met today with a range of Guinean stakeholders to explore ways to resume inclusive political dialogue in the interest of the peaceful ... read more »

  • Guinea:  Violence Mars Political Progress

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 8 March 2013

    Two months ago Guinea was abuzz with talk of a newly launched electoral commission amid signs that the country, without a parliament for five years, was finally moving towards a ... read more »

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