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United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Guinea Bissau (UN-Peacebuilding)
ECOWAS Mission in Guinea Bissau
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Guinea-Bissau president names new government (13.10.2015)
Guinea-Bissau's president has named a new cabinet in a bid to end a two-month political crisis.
Guinea-Bissau president rejects proposed government (07.10.2015)
Guinea-Bissau President Jose Mario Vaz rejected on Tuesday a cabinet proposed by his new prime minister, dealing a blow to efforts aimed at turning the page on a crisis that has threatened to destabilise the coup-plagued West African nation.
Guinea-Bissau's largest opposition party, the Party of Social Renewal (PRS), will not be joining a new government that is seeking to turn the page on a crisis that has threatened to destabilize the nation, its spokesman said on Tuesday.
The United Nations Security Council took note of the recent appointment of Carlos Correia as the Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau as an important step towards ending the country’s political crisis, and stressed the importance of forming a new Government at the earliest.
ECOWAS extends mission in crisis-hit Guinea-Bissau (12.09.2015)
West Africa's ECOWAS regional bloc on Saturday extended a security force in Guinea-Bissau into 2016 to help protect state institutions amid a political crisis that has left the country without a government.
Guinea-Bissau prime minister resigns (08.09.2015)
Guinea-Bissau's prime minister has resigned after 20 days in the post and two days after appointing his cabinet. Baciro Dja handed in his resignation after the Supreme Court ruled his appointment violated the constitution. There has been political turmoil in the West African nation since President...
With Guinea-Bissau facing political turbulence barely a year after the re-establishment of constitutional order, the top United Nations official there expressed hope today that political leaders would rise to their “historic responsibility” to preserve the gains made so far in the interest of the...