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Vol 52 No 24

Published 2nd December 2011


Condé talks to rivals

Regional diplomacy has dampened down another political confrontation as the President tries to relaunch the mineral-rich economy

The parliamentary elections due on 29 December have been postponed until early next year following a meeting between President Alpha Condé and opposition leaders on 15 November under the auspices of the Economic Community of West African States. It was the first meeting between Condé and his political opponents since the bitterly contested presidential elections a year ago.

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