Guinean President Reaffirms Independent Elections

Agence France Presse
Publication Date:
12 June 2013
Governance, Guinea

Guinean President Alpha Condé has said that conditions for upcoming legislative elections will be entirely in the hands of the country's independent electoral commission. Condé, on an official visit to Paris, also paid tribute to South African leader Nelson Mandela, calling him 'the pride of all Africa'


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