Guinea Bissau

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United Nations Integrated Peace-building Office in Guinea Bissau (UN-Peacebuilding)
Begin: 01/10

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ECOWAS Mission in Guinea Bissau

Begin: 04/12

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Guinea-Bissau presidential run-off scheduled for May 18 (23.04.2014)

Former finance minister Jose Mario Vaz will face Nuno Gomes Nabiam, an independent candidate who headed the civil aviation authority.

Guinea-Bissau run-off to decide president (17.04.2014)

No candidate has secured an outright victory in Sunday's presidential election in Guinea-Bissau, the electoral commission has said. A run-off vote between the top two contenders will be held next month.

Observers give Guinea-Bissau vote clean bill of health (14.04.2014)

Observers from the West African regional bloc ECOWAS on Monday said Guinea-Bissau's weekend election was free and fair, and called on international donors to restart cooperation suspended in the wake of a 2012 coup.

Security Council urges holding of peaceful, credible polls in Guinea-Bissau (04.04.2014)

The United Nations Security Council has urged all national stakeholders in Guinea-Bissau to facilitate the conduct of peaceful and credible elections on 13 April, when citizens of the West African nation will participate in long-delayed president and legislative elections.

As delayed Guinea-Bissau vote nears, UN panel stresses need for free, fair polls (01.04.2014)

The United Nations panel dealing with peacebuilding efforts in Guinea-Bissau today welcomed the successful preparations for the country’s upcoming legislative and presidential elections and called on all stakeholders to cooperate in ensuring that the polls are free and fair.

Tight timeline as Guinea-Bissau prepares April 13 polls (26.03.2014)

Campaigning is now underway in Guinea-Bissau ahead of April 13 presidential and parliamentary elections. The country is trying to move on from two years of political crisis following an April 2012 military coup, but the organization of the poll remains a concern.