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Declaratione de l’OGDH sur la violence du 23 Mai...

L’Organisation Guinéenne de Défense des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen -OGDH se trouve encore profondément outrée et choquée par la violence aveugle de la répression barbare et ciblée qui a frappé les quartiers traditionnels de l'opposition à Conakry. Comme d'habitude, les forces dites de sécurité, avec des contre manifestants, ont brillé encore par la violence physique et verbale outrageante sur base ethnocentriste.





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Alpha Condé joue avec le feu (électoral)

Jamais une échéance électorale n'aura été aussi sensible en Guinée, en proie à une violence politique récurrente. Alors que les législatives initialement prévues fin 2011 ont été officiellement arrêtées au 30 juin, tout porte à croire que la Commission électorale nationale indépendante (CENI) se trouvera dans l'incapacité matérielle de tenir ce délai (acheminement des équipements, réception des bulletins de vote, etc.


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Since the massacres of 2009, the Fulani community, already ostracized in Guinea, is more distraught than ever. These massacres testify to the failure of Guinea as a nation.

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Human Rights Watch: Waiting for Justice

(Nairobi) – Guinea’s domestic panel of judges investigating the country’s 2009 stadium massacre and rapes has taken a significant step in charging a high-level suspect, who is expected to be questioned by the judges on July 4. Given the potential for interference with the investigation, the government should place the suspect on leave and take additional measures to protect judges, witnesses, and victims.


Read More High-Level Charges in 2009 Massacre

The suspect, Lt. Col. Claude “Coplan” Pivi, is Guinea’s minister for presidential security, a position he also held at the time of the 2009 crimes. Media reports said that Pivi was charged with murder, rape, arson, looting, destruction of buildings, and complicity. Consistent with international law, Pivi is presumed innocent unless tried and proven guilty.

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