Guinea-Bissau coup: Interim president appointed to take troubled country towards elections
Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo has been appointed interim president of Guinea-Bissau following last week's military coup. But the military junta and the transitional council are increasingly isolated from the international community as the former prime minister Carlos Gomes Junior and acting president Raimundo Pereira are held prisoner. Any solution for this country, subjected to numerous coups over the last 20 years, must involve a broader regional framework to achieve stability.
LEADERS of a military coup in Guinea-Bissau have appointed an interim president to rule for the next two years.
The man now leading the transitional government is Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo who came third i...
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