Guinea-Bissau: Transition after the Coup
Guinea-Bissau: Transition after the Coup
Beyond Turf Wars: Managing the Post-Coup Transition in Guinea-Bissau
Beyond Turf Wars: Managing the Post-Coup Transition in Guinea-Bissau
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Video / Africa

Guinea-Bissau: Transition after the Coup

On 12 April 2012 a military uprising ousted former prime minister Carlos Gomes Júnior just as he was about to compete in a run-off presidential election that he was poised to win. Gabriela Keseberg Dávalos, Crisis Group's Senior Communications Officer, and Vincent Foucher, West Africa Senior Analyst, were in Bissau to examine the current situation in the country, the reasons for the overthrow and the priorities of the new transitional government.

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Guinea-Bissau: Transition after the Coup

In this video, Crisis Group Senior Communications Officer Gabriela Keseberg Dávalos and West Africa Senior Analyst Vincent Foucher interview policy makers and civil society members in Bissau to examine the country’s current situation. CRISIS GROUP

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