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Anti-government protestors demonstrate against the Prime Minister’s manipulation of national television

The biggest challenge yet to the government of Prime Minister Patrice Trovoada saw the three opposition parties band together in a major demonstration on 19 October with ‘Save Democracy’ as the official slogan.

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