Guinean opposition veteran Jean-Marie Dore (pictured) has been named prime minister of a transition government by the country’s ruling military junta, with union leader Rabiatou Serah Diallo as deputy prime minister, according to junta sources.
REUTERS - Guinea’s military junta has named veteran opposition politician Jean-Marie Dore as prime minister of a transition government charged with restoring civilian rule, a source close to the junta said on Tuesday.
Turmoil in Guinea
- International monitors cite 'irregularities' in Guinea vote
- Guinea opposition calls for vote annulment
- Clashes erupt in Guinea ahead of election
- UN to investigate human rights abuses following junta crackdown
- France advises its citizens in Guinea to leave the country
- Junta under fire from US, EU over opposition rally killings
- Junta leader faces international probe over massacre
- African nations to hold special talks on Guinea, Niger political crises
- Britain urges citizens to leave country as tensions rise
- Opposition rejects junta-led probe into killings
The international community and Guinean opposition parties have demanded elections since Camara’s coup sparked a political crisis which some feared could destabilise a fragile region.
Date created : 2010-01-19