Fears of a plot to neutralise and incriminate Guinea-Bissau's former Prime MInister Carlos Gomes Junior have emerged as the country struggles to reassert democratic rule. The transitional government, installed by the army after a military coup in April 2012, has been condemned by many international organisations. Now the United Nations Security Council is calling for talks involving international partners to find a solution.

FEARS of political assassination have emerged as the social and economic situation in Guinea-Bissau deteriorates.

The military-backed government, put in place after the April 2012 coup, is resisting international pressure to rest...

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Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto
There are rumours that attempts will be made to assassinate Mr Gomes Junior who is now living in Portugal. Other rumours suggest that Mr Gomes Junior will be incriminated as the man allegedly behind previous political crimes and killings in Guinea-Bissau in 2009
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