UN Calls for Stability, Elections in Guinea Bissau

The U.N. Security Council has joined regional voices calling for restraint and dialogue to end the latest political crisis in the country. There is a new power struggle after President Jose Mario Vaz dismissed Prime Minister Aristides Gomes and named a replacement from a minority political party, but Gomes refused to go.

Supporters of the PAIGC party in Guinea-Bissau wave red, green and yellow flags as they celebrate the party's victory in the 2019 parliamentary election (file photo).

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