For the first time in over five decades, Guineans elect a new president on Sunday. In a country where water and electricity are still a luxury, voters are eager for justice.
After 52 years of authoritarian rule, Guineans are nurturing high expectations of Sunday’s democratic elections, and of whoever wins the historic contest.
On a typical day, hundreds of young men queue outside a police recruitment centre near Conakry's September 28 stadium.
Report: Pitching in for free elections
Date created : 2010-06-26