President Yoweri Museveni has condemned the coup d’état that happened in Guinea on Sunday, describing it as “a step backwards”. He said the coup leaders should face sanctions and “get out”.
Buy Cheapest Tramadol “That’s unfortunate and it is a step backwards. Those military coups are of low value, we had them in the 1960s, and they were part of Africa’s problems. I condemn the coup, I don’t accept the idea of coups, they are not a solution,” he said in an interview with France 24’s Marc Perelman on Wednesday.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/zhq0bwoaccs The 83-year-old Alpha Conde was deposed following intense gunfire in parts of Guinea’s capital Conakry on Sunday.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/wu12yg62nm Turmoil engulfed the impoverished West African nation of Guinea again as army putschists captured the president.
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/en0vghyfbol A former opposition leader himself who was at one point imprisoned and sentenced to death, Conde became Guinea’s first democratically-elected leader in 2010 and won re-election in 2015.
https://www.c4trio.com/hetbphb1p Conde won the controversial third term in that poll held in October 2020, but only after pushing through a new constitution in March 2020 that allowed him to sidestep the country’s two-term limit.
https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/h0nbowp He was among the presidents that witnessed the swearing-in ceremony of President Museveni on May 12, as he extended his rule to four decades.