controversy following the junta’s decision to ban

Controversy in Guinea following the ruling of the ruling junta to ban public demonstrations during the transition. The measure was condemned by civil society and political parties.

In a press release read on public television this Friday evening, May 13, the National Rally Committee for Development (CNRD) bans, “all demonstrations on the public road, which are likely to jeopardize the social calm and proper conduct of the activities in the chronogram forward. to the periods of the election campaign “. This decision is made two days after the fixation for a period of 36 months Suffice it to say that demonstrations would be banned for three years.

According to the FNDC, this is an illegal and illegal decision. The platform behind the fight against Alpha Condé’s third term condemns “the CNRD’s obvious desire to seize power by silencing all social and political forces in the country”. And she warns that she will not submit to this ban and will continue to go.

Abdoulaye Oumou Sow (FNDC): “We can not be denied this right”

For its part, the Guinean Organization for the Defense of Human Rights (OGDH) recalls that the right to demonstrate is guaranteed by international conventions and by the Transitional Charter itself.

Alseny Sall (OGDH): “We do not understand this CNRD strategy”

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