Can an election help Guinea’s democracy?
October 12, 2015
By Inside Story
The Union for the Democratic Forces of Guinea, the country’s main opposition party, has already said that fraud was widespread in the presidential vote that saw millions head to the polls on Sunday.
That’s the second democratic vote in Guinea since gaining independence from France in 1958. Years of coups and military rule followed until 2010, when Alpha Conde became the first president elected through a free vote.
So, will this election cement or undermine Guinea’s young democracy?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Adrian Fielding – consultant at Africa Practice, a strategy and communications consultancy
Adama Gaye – Africa affairs analyst and former director of information for the Economic Community of West African States
Sekou Oumar Camara – director of publications for Guinean Affairs
Source:: Al Jazeera
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