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GUINEA: Presidential elections: A shimmer of hope in

https://www.freiheit.org/de/westafrika/presidential-elections-shimmer-hope-reign-darkness

Now, on Oct 18th, Guineans are once more called to the elections booths to vote for a new president. Yet there is not much doubt that the old president will also be called the new one. The 82 year old Guinean autocrat Alpha Condé is seeking a third term in office after he introduced an new constitution with dubious methods to allow him to stay in power. The opposition is subdued by the guns and bayonets of the security forces, while the electoral commission and the
He returned to Guinea after Touré’s death and stayed

GUINEA: Presidential elections: A shimmer of hope in

https://www.freiheit.org/western-africa/presidential-elections-shimmer-hope-reign-darkness

Now, on Oct 18th, Guineans are once more called to the elections booths to vote for a new president. Yet there is not much doubt that the old president will also be called the new one. The 82 year old Guinean autocrat Alpha Condé is seeking a third term in office after he introduced an new constitution with dubious methods to allow him to stay in power. The opposition is subdued by the guns and bayonets of the security forces, while the electoral commission and the
He returned to Guinea after Touré’s death and stayed

Westafrika: Der Militärputsch kommt wieder in Mode

https://www.freiheit.org/de/westafrika/der-militaerputsch-kommt-wieder-mode

Fünf afrikanische Staaten wurden in den vergangenen zwölf Monaten von Militärputschen erschüttert. Eine davon besonders betroffene Region ist Westafrika. Auch wenn die Coups trotz ihrer geografischen Nähe unterschiedliche Hintergründe haben, gibt es ähnliche Ursachen – an denen die internationale Gebergemeinschaft nicht unschuldig ist.
Der Militärputsch in Guinea beruht allein auf rein

Africa Day: The Journey from OAU to AU: Security Remains a Key Concern in Africa

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/journey-oau-au-security-remains-key-concern-africa

The Malabo extraordinary summit is going to afford the continental body the opportunity to re-look what it once adopted in 2020 to silence the guns. The African Union Peace and Security Council expressed its grave concern over the persistence of conflict in the continent. As the continent seeks to rebuild itself, there are worries that this has been triggered by several factors like the trend of civilians acquiring arms for protection during situations of conflict. 
The gathering will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea President

Africa In 2022: What’s in Store for Africa for 2022?

https://www.freiheit.org/sub-saharan-africa/whats-store-africa-2022

January has passed, but what’s in store for Africa for the rest of 2022? A number of countries will be hosting elections of some form in 2022. The eyes of the world will be on the African continent assessing whether there is progress on some thorns that have hindered Africa’s image in the past. Will we see a drop in human rights violations? Will there be efficient economic progress to lift people out of poverty. Or will it be more of the same talk and no action?
Kenya, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Angola and Equatorial Guinea