Colonel Mamadi Dumbuia, head of Guinea’s military government, has announced that he will hand over power to a civilian government after a 39-month interim period.
He made the announcement in a televised address on Saturday, local time.
In a televised speech, the army chief said he would hand over power to a civilian government after a 39-month interim period.
They have proposed a 39-month interim period on Saturday. The proposal will now be raised in Guinea’s parliament. Colonel Dumbua has promised that none of the participants in the interim government, including himself, will run in the next general election.
After the coup in Guinea, a 60-member National Transition Council (CNT) was formed. It is now functioning as the parliament of the country. CNT is responsible for organizing the next elections in the country.
The army overthrew the government in a coup in Guinea in September last year. President Alpha Cond was arrested.