Guinea Bissau: Waiting for Elections

The special envoy of the United Nations Mission in Guinea-Bissau, Jose Ramos-Horta, has called for elections to be held by the end of the year in the country that has been plagued by coups since independence in 1974.
  • Guinea Bissau:   Waiting for Elections

    Deutsche Welle, 10 April 2013

    It has been a year now since the military staged a coup in Guinea-Bissau forcing the then Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Júnior into exile in Lisbon, Portugal. Read more »

A polling station during the 2008 elections.

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