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United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Guinea Bissau (UN-Peacebuilding)
ECOWAS Mission in Guinea Bissau
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Political crisis in Guinea Bissau deepens (13.03.2017)
Hundreds of protesters marched in Guinea Bissau’s capital at the weekend to demand the departure of President Jose Mario Vaz, the latest sign of growing anti-government sentiment following an 18-month-long political crisis.
[…] Among its primary responsibilities, the Council mandated the Office to focus its efforts on supporting an inclusive political dialogue and national reconciliation, and providing technical assistance to national authorities.
Guinea Bissau's dominant political party on Monday rejected President Jose Mario Vaz's newly-appointed prime minister and said it would refuse to join his new government, likely extending a year-long political paralysis.
Gridlocked Guinea Bissau names fifth PM in a year (19.11.2016)
Guinea Bissau named its fifth prime minister in a year on Friday as the coup-ridden West African country struggled to end months of political gridlock.
Guinea Bissau's president this week said he would dissolve the government and appoint another soon, as part of a plan to end political deadlock that has gripped the country for over a year.
Police in Guinea-Bissau's capital used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding fresh elections on Saturday as a regional mission pushed for the implementation of a deal to end a year-long political crisis.