When ECOWAS convened in the Nigerian federal capital, Abuja, on Sunday, December 12, after the uprisings in Guinea and Mali, young supporters tried to judge Alpha Conde, among others, on issues that had disrupted the democratic process before its end, and their argument was heard at their party headquarters in Konakri. But they were blocked by genders who did not cut the paths.
With our representative in Konakri, Mauctor Ba
Ignoring the call by the national leadership of the Rally of People of Guinea to postpone the demonstration, young supporters of Alpha Conde tried to gather at their party headquarters to demand his release. Attempt to sprout: Law enforcement officers have been occupying the premises since dawn.
In small groups, exhibitors have banners that one can read. ” Democracy live long “, Or” Free Alpha 2, tried to reach the party headquarters.
But after a few collisions they were immediately dispersed with vapor spheres. Some were arrested during the scuffle and taken to an undisclosed location.
Alpha Cond was officially elected soon after, at the age of 84, in 2010 for a five-year renewable term. But by the end of his second term, he had amended the constitution to allow one-third to continue in six years.
Less than a year later, he was overthrown by the army. He was alone for three months and was under house arrest for a few weeks at his wife’s official home.