GUINEA: DOUMBOUYA DISSOLVES TRANSITION GOUVERNEMENT

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In a surprising turn of events, the President of the transition in Guinea, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, has taken a bold step by dissolving the Guinean government.

In a recent announcement made on Guinean national television by Brigadier General Amara Camara, a senior official of the Junta, it was revealed that the cabinet directors, general secretaries, and their deputies will now be responsible for managing current affairs until the establishment of a new government.

This decree marks a significant shift in power dynamics within Guinea, as the traditional government structure is set aside in favor of a new interim arrangement. Additionally, General Camara announced the demobilization of bank accounts belonging to former Ministers and mandated the return of all travel documents to the general secretariat of the presidency.

The decision to dissolve the government and transfer power to lower-ranking officials has sparked discussions and debates across the nation. Many are curious about the implications of this move and how it will shape the future political landscape of Guinea.

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