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Link: President Joao Bernardo Vieira of Guinea-Bissau 'assassinated by army' [Times Online]

Link:  Guinea-Bissau president assassinated by military: official [AFP]

"The country will start up now. This man had blocked any momentum in this small country," Induta said.- AFP

I don't like the sound of that at all. It sounds like the country is heading straight back to military rule after their democratically elected president has been assassinated.

About Mandy Southgate

Mandy Southgate is an accountant living and working in London. She is passionate about world events such as genocide and apartheid and has a desire to understand how these events continue to occur in the modern world. With a focus on the 20th and 21st centuries, A Passion to Understand reflects her continuing research and reading on these topics.
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3 comments:

  1. No, on the contrary, the death of Nino Vieira is indeed a good chance for Guinea Bissau to get a new chance.

    Nino was elected, but because of the fact that he dominated the place. The military did not depose the government, that means a lot.

    Not that I agree with assassinating people, but the fact is that he was a spoiler.

    It's very hard for Guinea Bissau to get much worse than it is already, given the appalling poverty in which its people live. I don't think there'll be a civil war, in fact this death will rather prevent a civil war.

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  2. Oh, thank you Sarah. I didn't know much about this to begin with but I can see I need to read up on it!

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  3. Guinea is one of the poorest countries in the world. Currently, it is being used as a safe haven for colombian drug cartels who used it as a basis in Africa for their traffic activities.

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