December 7, 2022

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The United States urges the military junta to make a change

Michael Gonzalez ended a three-day official visit to Guinea on December 3, three months after the overthrow of President Alpha Conte, who has been in power since 2010.

He met with opponents of the Alpha Condé regime and officials of the military regime in power since September 5, including Prime Minister Mohamed Béavogui and the regime’s leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, the leader of the change.

“When a coup and change is pulled, there is a danger of allowing the military to remain in power.” Michael Gonzalez told a news conference.

The US Secretary of State has spoken in support of this “The fastest installation of a CNT”, The National Interim Council, which is to be the legislative body of the military junta. “Where it was successful (after a regime) there was a short shift for citizens to come back to power”, He insisted.

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Michael Gonzalez urged the military junta to organize an investigation into the perpetrators of the September 28, 2009 massacre. According to the UN Commission of Inquiry, soldiers killed at least 157 people and raped 109 women. Then Kamara, the leader of the military junta, gathered. “We have to determine the responsibility for this massacreThe US ambassador said.

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Guinea’s Minister of Justice Fatoumata Yarie Soumah said on November 26 that the government “Made” Following the visit of the representatives of the International Criminal Court to the country, the perpetrators of this massacre should be investigated.

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Colonel Dombuya, chairman of the Guinean military junta, who took office as interim president on October 1, promised to return power to the people after the election, but did not specify a deadline until then.