Guinea Bissau

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ECOWAS Mission in Guinea Bissau (Sonstige)

Beginn: 04/12

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United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Guinea Bissau (UN-Peacebuilding)
Mandatiert seit: 06/09

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Upcoming elections vital to prevent ‘relapse’ into instability, says UN envoy (30.08.2018)

Highlighting the importance of the upcoming legislative elections in Guinea-Bissau, the top United Nations official in the country reiterated the importance of “far-reaching” reforms to prevent a relapse into political and institutional instability.

Stability in Guinea-Bissau requires more than elections (09.08.2018)

The political impasse in Guinea-Bissau was once again on the agenda of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) summit held on 31 July in Lomé. Since the regional body's February decision to slap sanctions on those impeding the political process, major developments have occurred.

Guinea Bissau parliament meets for the first time in two years (19.04.2018)

Guinea Bissau's parliament met Thursday for the first time in nearly two years after the appointment of a consensus prime minister to end a dragging political crisis. … UN chief Antonio Guterres on Tuesday asked the government to quickly form an inclusive government and reopen parliament in line...

Security Council Extends Mandate of UNIOGBIS (28.02.2018)

The Security Council today decided to extend until 28 February 2019 the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea Bissau (UNIOGBIS), also deciding to review the sanctions imposed on that country and pledging to take additional measures if its crisis continued to worsen.

Political crisis requires continued UN presence, Security Council told (14.02.2018)

The United Nations will need to focus its efforts on supporting Guinea-Bissau’s national leaders in their efforts to appoint an acceptable Prime Minister, establish an inclusive Government, organize and conduct timely elections, and implement the priority reforms, a UN envoy for the West African...

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