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Guinée : Le CNDD vient du Général Conté et financé par Ousmane Conté
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Guinea: The CNDD comes from the General Told and financed by Ousmane Conté
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Our country Guinea is a country today where reign fear within the population. For more than 3 years the people have noted that the country is not controlled because, the system installation by the Dictator Lansana Conté shows that the country is without effective leaders to put the country on the way of the democracy and the development. More inefficiency of president Told Lansana, was added its health physical, moral and mental which does not have to him allowed to chair suitably the destinies of a country very rich in natural resources. Under its mode Guinea was classified among the poorest countries in the World. With the support of armed, it left it in a total chaos.

The CNDD which seized the power after the death of Told, is the fruit of General. The idea of set up of a group of soldier who will seize the power to protect the Conté family, comes from the General of alive sound; and the project was financed by the money of the drug of Ousmane Conté. The Guineans know that the Conté general always wished that his/her Ousmane son succeed it to protect the family and the goods. The General before her death did not have any more confidence with the generals because, its Generals had become enemies of the family. Knowing that its family would be in danger, the General did everything to set up a group of young soldier to seize the power. The proof, since the seizure of power by the CNDD, the majority of the strong men of armed, especially the Generals are all in state of arrest and its private of their freedom.

The CNDD came to protect the family Conté, her clan and Ousmane Conté the owner of the CNDD in hiding-place. Mettre Ousmane at the head of the CNDD was going to put the CNDD in failure, this is why Ousmane, the largest drug trafficker of Africa Occidental under the Conté mode; to mislead the opinion National and International the name this drug trafficker is not reproduced on the list of the members of the CNDD.

If one analyzes very well the situation in Guinea, the soldiers of the CNDD are only those which took part in slaughters of January-February 2007. The massacres perpetrated by Ousmane are known of all the Guineans. To block the installation of a board of inquiry on this business, Ousmane and its father succeeded in joining together some framework of the army to make blow-in State to save criminal army.

No one is not unaware of the disastrous living conditions of the Guinean population increasingly poor, in spite of the natural richnesses and the possibilities of development which should make it possible Guinea to become one the most productive countries of West Africa.

Guinea whose potentialities in the fields hydroelectric and agricultural are considerable and undeniable, lives in the darkness, thirst and the hunger which tires the people today. The economic crisis and monetarist in addition to political blocking generated the deterioration of the living conditions. The insecurity poses problems more and more. The populations are tested by the difficulties related on the rise in the prices of the consumer goods, to the fall purchasing power to them like to the deterioration of thin infrastructures etc

Come with the capacity by the force from one blow-of State and y being maintained thanks to the support of an army corrupted for the capacity by electoral masquerades and violations of the fundamental law which it however made write and adopt for its interest. After its death it is the same one armed which is declared patriotic while saying, us to save the Guinea people; people which it massacred of the years under the Conté mode.

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Guinée ou le scénario Togolais : acte #2(par Lamine CAMARA)
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Guinea or the Togolese scenario: act #2 (by CAMARA Rolls)
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C? is the repetition D? a well-known scenario in Africa: The Republic of Togo at the beginning of the Nineties.

The military dictatorship is at the Togolese top and people at the cellar. The situation explodes, of the strikes follow themselves and follow one another: trade unions, pupils and students. Are dead cities organized by the parties of L? opposition and the civil company. L? insurrection accompanied by massacres and slaughters of ordinary citizens will last 7 long months. Is the international community pointed finger, it finally will intervene to make stop the massacre and especially to save the under-area D? instability.

Is the Eyadema General under pressure, it accepts a Prime Minister (PM) of consensus suggested by the parties of L? opposition and the civil company with L? agreement of the international community, Kodjo Eden old of Polytechnic (France) and former secretary general of L? OAU.

It will not be able to make the difference between the Eyadema dictator and the people. After will Kodjo, one see?? and D will be seen? other PM.

In are Guinea, we aujourd? today in the second phase of the Togolese scenario.

Lansana Kouyaté, for N? to have accepted the caporalisation in the troop of the dictator is dismissed on May 20, 2008.

The new PM, certain an Ahmed Tidiane Souaré well-known of the Guineans. This former Secretary General of Kassory Fofana, former minister of L? Was national education and of the mines and a also secretary general of L? association “Hall Pullar” of Guinea. It has, like L? former Prime Minister Cellou Diallo the reputation D? to be L? was one of the most corrupted white collars of the country, it D? elsewhere on the black list of the trade unions and the civil company at the time of the strikes of January-February 2007.

Entant what PM-house, Souaré N? is not subjected to a roadmap. A few hours after its nomination, it announced the direction of its general policy:

The keynote speech of the dictator in 1985 with with the key a folk government of 36 members.

Plethoric ministries for which it is necessary to find D? access of the buildings for their installations and then to await qu? they function with a president of the republic which N? does not have office and which since 3 years N? took part at any Council of Ministers.

This so-called government D? is national union composed of the largest robbers of public monies with L? exception of Bah Oury which is likely to destroy its political talents and futures in this tavern D? Ali Baba and his 36 robbers.

Only and single success which this PM-house can have will be to make us distract for 12 more months and de facto make survive the general jusqu? in 2010.

The honesty of Souaré N? no importance in the troop of the general will have, it is her man of service originating in Fouta for????. a few months.

And the next PM lives?? and tomorrow Told jr., Ousmane, president of the republic.

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Sauver la Guinée, repenser l’Afrique
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To save Guinea, to reconsider L? Africa
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The events currently in hand in Guinea Conakry challenge our African conscience and requires our Community organizations more clearness and of capacity of understanding.

It is too easy D? to applaud by did pure African sentimentalism the captain Foam Dadis Camara and its men or to condemn them “by principle” while blindly following nebula “community international” with L? diary and with the diffuse interests.
It is more difficult to look at coldly reality opposite, of L? to analyze and D? in learning the lessons.
S? it is urgent to finally save Guinea after the death of president Lansana Conté, it is quite as imperative as as of now the events of Conakry, beyond Guinea, are used to reconsider L? Africa, its institutions and its leadership.

With this intention, do we allow a small digression in L? recent history of Guinea, seen through the prism of the African institutions and in particular of L? African union (U.A) in the past Organization of L? African unit (OAU).
It there has a little more than 24 years, in March 1984 precisely, disappeared Ahmed Sékou Touré, hero and father of L? independence of the country whose courses and the last years of reign without division point out tragically those of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe (both driven back by L? occident and victims of their radical nationalism as well as their positions resolutely anticolonialists).
President Sékou left Touré, it was offered to the Guinean people a historical occasion to be defined a new trajectory and to give a new destiny. Its exiled elite, its people still timoré and under the shock, Guinea and the Guineans of L? time were unable to seize this opportunity.

Do soldiers with at their head colonel Lansana Conté jump as for them on L? occasion and S? seize the capacity in April of the same year. Will president Conté there remain jusqu? with will its last breath and finish a little like its predecessor, of which it had promised to rectify the errors by the means of the Military Committee of National Rectification qu? it had set up as of its seizure of power.
With L? time it N? was not yet of habit “to condemn” in a quasi unanimous and so systematic way the blow D? State in Africa. One condemned it according to ideological cleavages between L? Ets and L? West, according to the allegiances of the putschists and regional and sous-régionales alliances of the moment.

One was far from the tumult of the “national conferences” of decade 90 which ended up amplifying and crystallizing L? aspiration of the people to a democratic governorship and more social justice.
With L? OAU, which N? had not become L yet? U.A, the only applicable policy when did occur a blow D? State was then that of “non-interference” in the interior businesses of the Member States.
L? article 3 of the charter of the late OAU ratified the following principles like base of its existence: “Sovereign Equality of all the Member States; Non-interference in the interior businesses of the States; Respect of the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of each State and its inalienable right to an independent existence”.

Under such conditions, nor L? Could OAU nor no African State S? in taking to the Guinean soldiers of L? time. Could Lansana Conté reign, to take part in L? ease at the tops of L? Panafrican organization without open criticism on behalf of its African “pars” and without much risk.
Aujourd? today 24 years afterwards, whereas for Guinea L? history seems to be repeated and that the country is with crossroads once again, the African context has, him, appreciably evolved/moved.
With the principle sacro-saint of “non-interference” enacted higher, L? Did Africa couple that of the right or the duty D? interference, principle on which S? L supports? African union “to condemn” the seizure of power by the Guinean soldiers and to require a “return to L? constitutional order”.
With the birth of L? African union (U.A), and as opposed to what L? one generally believes, the rule of “non-interference in the interior businesses of the Member States” remains always one of the “principles” founders of the new Union. Is the clause clearly posed in the same terms in L? article 4 of L? deed of partnership of L? U.A which was definitively adopted on July 11, 2000 in Lome.
The innovation however, C? is L? introduction into same article 4, which relates to “the principles” which melt L? Union, of the concept “D? does interdependence” enter the Member States and of new paradigms such as “the right of L? Union D? to intervene in a Member State” or “right of the Member States to request L? intervention of L? Union to restore the peace and the stability” and finally “the judgment and the rejection of the anticonstitutional changes of government”. In short, right D? interference!
These principles, already enacted in Algiers L? were previous year (July 1999), going from now on to guide the new policy of L? African union vis-a-vis so that D? aucuns calls “the curse of the blows D? State soldiers”.

But N? any blow D is not curse? Military State and N? all “constitutional order is not blessing”!
This was proven in an extremely eloquent way by the putsch perpetrated in Mauritania by colonel Mohammed Ely Ould Vall in August 2005. This putsch put an end to the autocratic mode of Maaouiya Sid? Ahmed Ould Taya, then D? to go towards a judged transition “exemplary” and finally to carry to the capacity for the first time of L? history of independent Mauritania a democratically elected president (unfortunately relieved since August 2008 by another putsch).

Beside Mauritania and more D? one decade earlier, another officer, the lieutenant-colonel Tinder Toumani Touré, allowed close Mali to put an end to a violent politico-social crisis, to relieve an autocratic mode in March 1991 to carry out the country towards a “democratic” transition still quoted nowadays in example in Africa and elsewhere in the world.
Will tinder Toumani Touré as Mohammed Ely Ould Vall leave the capacity once transitions qu? they promised completed.
We admit that the opposite is quite as true with the cases of president Blaise Compaoré of Burkina Faso (with the capacity since 21 years), of Yahya Jammeh (since 14 years in Gambia) and of late the general of the Ivory Coast Robert Gueï, to limit us to some cases among emblématiques in Africa of L? West where in this year 2008, the blows D? State soldiers seem to return to the mode.
The lesson to be drawn some? It is necessary to judge the men by their acts and the acts in their context before greeting or condemning “by principle” or to dedicate to the gémonies “putschists”. More what the putsch, C? is its patriotic range or not, its saving dimension or not qu? it is necessary to judge.
Better still, the question of the democratic governorship, that it is in Guinea or elsewhere, is not limited only to the question of the “control” of the capacity. May C? is another debate there.

To return from there to Guinea and L? African union, the judgment “by principle” advanced by the president of the Commission of L? U.A, Mr. Would Jean Ping, have had more value and of credibility to the eyes of the Guineans and other Africans if L? African union had acted upstream.
Upstream in the Guinean context, C? is with being said when president Conté decided in November 2001 to modify the constitution approved by the people with an only aim of being able to represent itself with presidential of 2003 and to perpetuate its reign.
L? Would African union have had more credibility if it had informed (or spoken with) president Conté and had condemned this constitutional amendment in the same terms and with same intransigence qu? it does it aujourd? today with the captain Foamed Dadis Camara and his men.
The judgment of L? Would UA, have had more value and weight, so during these three to five last years, it S? was put at the side of the Guinean people which, L? let us not forget, S? is on several occasions violently raised against president Lansana Conté and the caciques ones of its mode.
L? does the most memorable insurrection of the series remain that of January and February 2007, during which the entire Guinean people, in spite of repression, held head with his “president” and openly required then obtained the nomination D? “new” men with the orders of the country.
Qu? made L? African union when the Guinean president, once the storm passed, did call into question the agreements signed and brought back the barons of his mode to the businesses? Nothing. Absolutely nothing.

The same question can also be addressed to the economic Community of the States of L? Africa of L? West (CEDEAO), which had certainly the merit D? to have facilitated the exit of crisis and the signature of the agreements enters Conté and the leaders of the sling against his mode, but which failed when these same agreements were ridiculed by president Conté.
What makes L? African union and CEDEAO by learning qu? in are Niger, there inclinations to change the constitution to allow a prolongation of the presence of Mamadou Tandja the capacity, lorsqu? they learn that Senegalese president Abdoulaye Wade changes with his own way the constitution sénégalaise, etc ?

These some examples right for saying that the African institutions to be more credible do have to put themselves at the service of L? Africa and of the African people before even as N? the crises burst; and after howling with the wolves of the “international community”, while using of slogans without any influence with reality.
And C? is in that that the events of Conakry, in more D? to help to save should Guinea Conakry, be used of lesson and catch to reconsider L? Africa, its crises, its institutions, its leadership?
To arrive there, it will be necessary a colossal effort which makes it possible to leave the beaten paths, to have courage to doubt and to question “the politically correct one” of the international community, which will never bring the response to our essential and existential interrogations to us, if such an amount of is qu? it S? y interests.
Won't the suitable answers, in our humble opinion, come D? access what of L? Africa and of the Africans themselves.
For this reason, L? one of the first obligations which owe from now on S? to impose the African organizations, qu? they are continental or regional, C? is of S? to arm with the tools D? analyzes adequate allowing them to decipher the precursory signs of the great crises, to decipher the cries of distress which the people at critical times of their history push and finally to obtain the means of making apply “right” D? interference what L? U.A S? car-is allotted.

Do we still point out the pathetic cry D? Alpha Omar Konaré which directed the Commission of L? U.A of 2003à 2008 and which at the time of the top of Banjul of L? organization held on July 1, 2006 said: “would our structures, much of behaviors, some of our decisions deserve (?) adaptations. One could not go towards an organization D? integration, S? it N? the principle of fields of sovereignty is not accepted, fields to be divided”.
Among shouldn't these fields, peace, safety, the democratic governorship and the stability of each Member State like incumbent to the collective responsibility, appear in good place?
Do the Guineans, by their successive demonstrations these last years have more qu? envoy of the signals. They acted and needed D? to be accompanied in their action by L? U.A, which could have done it in the name of the principle of the defense of “peace and safety” and that of “L? do interdependence” enter the Member States contained L? deed of partnership of L? organization, as well as the rejection of the “anticonstitutional” governments.
Such a policy, founded on L? anticipation, the participation, facilitation of the dialogue and L? action where C? is necessary, would allow D? to avoid the dead ends which are mothers of all the crises, and would have more merit than the simple judgments often quite late.
Here what could have saved Guinea well before the soldiers do not think of seizing the power. Aujourd? today still does Guinea need D? to be accompanied and not D? to be insulated. Soldiers of Conakry N? still perpetrated any act antipatriotic or different which would deserve qu? they “are condemned”.

L? does massive popular adhesion with the movement initiated by the National Committee for the Democracy and the Development prove that if L? is act posed by the Guinean soldiers “anticonstitutional”, it can nevertheless assert more legitimacy with the eyes of the Guinean people than L? would have had a transition carried out by the caciques ones from the Conté mode.
In do that, and beyond the Guinean borders, these putschists have can be much more “legitimacy” that the majority of the “chiefs D? Is states” saying elected, at the prices of constitutional distorsions enormous or massive electoral frauds to legalize fixed prices, comparable to all regards to “blows D? State” civil.

C? is L there? another lesson to be learnt from the events of Conakry, the blows D? Marital statuses (prolongation of mandates qu? does no serious crisis justify, constitutional modifications with the liking D? personal interests, emergence of presidential dynasties) should not thrive any more.
The African institutions must pose on the most level the debate on “longevity” with the capacity (its causes and its effects on our companies) and y to bring suitable answers to take into account in our democratic search and our practice.
Does One only know it too well, this “eternisation” with the capacity involves (by nature even capacity) dynastic nepotism, corruption and inclinations, with all that that comprises D? injustice and of frustrations which lead to the dead ends, the violent crises and the chaos often lived by the people of the continent.
It is thus urgent for L? African union, in same manner qu? it S? opposes to the anticonstitutional changes of government, S? to oppose to “longevity” except standard with the capacity? for the small history, between L? arrived of Sékou Touré at the capacity and the death of Told Lansana, that is to say a half century, the United States knew eleven chiefs D? States (by including there the president elected Barack Obama) there or Guinea N? in knew that two.
Once again, that implies to leave “politically correct” and to think the African problems in a specific way, we were going to say iconoclast? we know all that late president Eyadéma of Togo east died in the capacity by fear of legal proceedings against its person then qu? L was lent to him? intention to want to yield its place.

If L? Did South Africa post apartheid make a success of its transition towards the democracy and a “nonracial” company without that not resulting in chaos and blind revenge, C? is because the South-Africans agreed to sacrifice “Not to L? impunity” with L? furnace bridge of the “reconciliation”. They preferred peace and stability with justice (taken in its direction skimped of justice pronounced by courts).
Aujourd?hui, en brandissant - parce que le Nord et l?Occident le veulent - partout et aveuglément le spectre du « Non à l?impunité » contre nos chefs d?Etats, et uniquement nos chefs d?Etat d?Afrique noire (que fait-on de l?Américain George Bush, de l?Israélien Ariel Sharon, ou même du Sud-Africain Frederik De Klerk ?), on empêche plusieurs pays du continent de se donner la chance d?aller plus vite au renouvellement de leur classe politique pour se façonner un autre visage, se tracer de nouveaux destins.

Or, c?est de cela que l?Afrique d?aujourd?hui a besoin, un renouvellement de sa classe politique et l?émergence d?un leadership nouveau capable de trouver des solutions alternatives audacieuses : les crises et les problèmes sont si nombreux et si complexes qu?ils exigent un esprit de dépassement, des choix certes pas toujours faciles entre justice, impunité, stabilité, réconciliation, paix civile, pardon, etc.
La nature et la complexité de ces questions-là et surtout la difficulté des choix qu?elles entraînent sont telles qu?elles demanderaient peut-être un glissement de la simple analyse politique vers une réflexion à connotation ?philosophique, en tout cas une réflexion pointue loin des seuls cadres étroits définis par des besoins politiques ou ceux de la « communauté internationale »!
La persistance des crises nous pousse à croire qu?il faut repenser l?Afrique et y réinventer des solutions. La recrudescence des coups d?Etats peut et doit nous servir de déclic.

Nous terminerons par ces propos d?Alpha Omar Konaré, prononcé lors du sommet de Banjul cité plus haut, des propos que nous faisons nôtres : «Ma conviction que l?Agenda pour l?Afrique doit être fait par les Africains eux-mêmes, ma conviction que nous devons d?abord compter sur nous-mêmes et que nous sommes, par Dieu, maître de notre destin, cette conviction est d?airain ».
En vérité ces propos, et c?est là notre conviction et notre souhait à nous, devraient servir de viatique à chaque Africain pour que nous puissions enfin amorcer cette renaissance africaine tant de fois annoncée et tant de fois trahie mais toujours rêvée.

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Guinée: La danse au tour du Feu
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Guinea: Dance with the turn of Fire
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To precipitate for which election?

It y? has a long time that we denounce the political myopia of L? Guinean opposition and
we firmly believe so that we affirm. Us N? ever changed
speech and jusqu? now L? history does not have contradicted us.
Does this short-sighted political community deserve to lead the destinies of rising generation? We suspect it extremely!
Parce qu? they are short-sighted, they take to us for blind men.

Since the catch of Being able by the military junta, they S? raise everywhere to claim Elections in 12 months.
Those which claim Elections in 12 months N? ever said to the People S? it sagit of Presidential or the Legislative ones.
L? UFR and its Associates have just confirmed this report.
C? is with being said that our political system is so sick that we do not know S? it would be necessary to start with the Legislative ones or the Presidential ones.
Despite everything does one require D of us? to be ready in 12 months!!!!

L? Assemblée Nationale was unconstitutional and out-of-date since June 18, 2007.
Does the Mandate of the President of the Republic elected with 4.96% of the population, owe S? to complete on December 23, 2009 normarlement.
Is the President deceased and L? Assemblée Nationale is dissolved.
In spite of this ambrogolio constitutional one requires Elections in 12 Months.

They ask us D? to be ready for Free and Transparent Elections in 12 months. At the same time they currently make the feet and the nose with the Camp Yaya Alpha in front of the Militaire junta for partciper with the new Government of Tansition.
Those which require the Transparency want to tint the Process from their Opacity.

They want the Transparency, they do not present any proposal on the Audits required by the People and them to us same, enabling us to hold the Elections in 12 months.

They want the Transparency, but they do not present to us any programme of Revision of the Constitution, being able to enable us to guarantee the Transparency and Freedom during the Elections in 12 months?

They require Elections in 12 months, but they do not say to us how they will finance them, to guarantee the effective participation of all the inhabitants of the country.
Do you point out that the Government of the Fair had said us well qu? it N? did y have more D? money in the cases, and nobody N? requires accounts with Ben Sekou Sylla jusqu? now.
The Prime Minister comes D? to affirm qu? he needs 87 million dollars to buckle L? year 2009. C? is with being said that us N? let us not have 87 million dollars in the cases. Would the political Parties have also a problem D? interpretation?
Where will they find L? money necessary for period qu? they ask?

Some is the type D? election, we recommend prudence.
The Transparent and free Elections, opened with all the children of the country are the wishes of all the citizens. C? is why we fight.
Should they be done in precipitation? Are we ready?
Will we be ready in 12 months?

We had missed 1958
Failure Avril1984
Raté Mars 2007,
Aujourd? today the military junta gives us another chance?.
Would be necessary it to miss this occasion by précipittion?.
Would one need bâcler Elections to satisfy France, CEDEAO AND L? UA?
While our children would die for the Change, met first-aid workers of CEDEAO with Boulbinet?
Did you meet guards of the Rights of L? Man of L? UA with Kaporo?
Did you see simple a contenaire of drugs of the French Government to help our casualties?
Whatever the decision of the foreign Institutions or the countries which will never include/understand anything with the fight of our People, we owe remained serene and conscious qu? it S? acts of our Fatherland, our life and our children?
We have a Politique problem. We are the Problem.
We are the Solution. not them.
Guinea N? is not a Province of France.

We do not mask the figure. We are in Africa.
By don't unconsciousness or naivety, believe qu? one will offer Transparent and Free Elections to us on a plate D? However each two years.
The Capacity on our continent cohabits with the Force and blood.
In a country éthniquement divided and without any normal electoral experiment, a baclée election could reserve the worst to us: L? eternisation D? a Clan or D? a Military Junta with the capacity on political bottom of chaos, after a blood bath.
You of Kenya recall. A Presidential election, 7200 died in one week.
We do not precipitate. Let us not dance around fire the closed eyes.

Will no Civil or Military Capacity voluntarily pass the flabeau to a Political Party of L? Opposition. The catch of Being able per democratic way is a combat which can be gained by Political Parties, S? they exist!

How much Political Parties have of Guinea?
Before speaking about the transparency about the Elections, C? is L? physical existence even of the Political Parties which poses serious moral problems in our country.
C? is with-statement a Political Organization of which L? physical existence can be proven.
An example: We have just read the Proposal of L? UFR and of L? ANAD.
Before D? to enter the debate let us look at the list of the Parties signatories:


Here a sample of the political Parties which invite us to vote in 12 months and whose members will be possibly our Democratically Elected Representatives.

Known as dear compatriots,
In heart and conscience without any idea partisane, do you know which are these Political Parties? Do you know addresses to them? Their seats?
Do they have a telephone number? D? or do they leave?
Qu? is this qu? they propose to us exactly?
Why would we vote for them?
Why would we vote counters them?
As many questions as you will never find the answer.

Go ahead to see the with dimensions one of RPG? there is there too a coalition D? a dozen Political Parties and take again same the exercise.
After made a turn of with dimensions of L? UPG. Put the same questions?.
You will realize that 85% of Political Parties Guinean N? have any proof D? existance physical and moral. Only the name. Not D? addresses, not D? activity.

Dear compatriots, that does not give you a hen D pulpit? to go to vote for Phantom Political Parties? Or for clandestine Political Parties?
Do invisible Political Parties have the Right to speak on your behalf?
Ready summers you to go to the Elections which bring into play fictitious Political Parties?
S? they and, for what wouldn't there gather within D resembles themselves exists? only one Organization? One says “which resembles each other, S? assemble”. But not them?
C? is why we think that us N? let us not have Political Partis, but private companies managed not political gansters.
They make fear. These are the “Political Parties” which ask for Elections in 12 months.
We say not! No the precipation.
Let us not dance with the turn of Fire the closed Eyes.

Our concern S? arêtte not with this problem D? existence of the “Political Parties”.
There is worse! Let us look at also L? do another side and suppose qu? they all exist.
Known as us honnettement, qu? it is the duration of the constituent of the President of your Political Party? five years? 10 years? 20 years or L? Eternity?

The first moral problem here is that those which claim the democratization of the political and public life, N? ever put their mandate concerned since qu? they created and S? autoproclamé President of their Organization and chosen according to their own criteria the members prominents their offices.
With share the President of L? Don't UPR Bah Ousmane, we remember to have seen the mandate of the President D? no other Political Party subjected to a vote of confidence.
C? is always “you are D? agreement with the President or you T? in go”.

How can one believe that quelqu? one which N? put forever its mandate concerned, which N? organized only one election within its Party forever, will become suddenly a “democrat” once in “Majestrature Suprême” with all the Capacities in hands, which will guarantee future Free and Transparent Elections with the People?

Moreover, the Free and Transparent Elections are not a guarantee of the Democracy.
For this purpose we recall to L? Public opinion Guinean, African and international, that Aldolf Hitler N? did not come to the Capacity by a Blow D? State. It was elected?
Democratically elected? .dans a question of Multi-party system.
Before D? to go to do the Elections in 12 months, which guarantee, the Political Parties offer to us, which us N? democratically let us not elect another MONSTER?
Dear compatriots we do not precipitate. We need gardefous.
Let us not dance around fire the closed eyes.

Nobody knows what live these Political Parties.
They N? ever made to our knowledge financial accounts with their adhering or the Government, to profit D? a legal exemption of the taxes or to pay taxes and 90% their political Leaders do not work at all or do not do any work which can support a Political Party in national matter.
The wages D? a Guinean civil servant cannot make live a Political Party.
Then of what do they live?

The Wound of our country is the economic and financial embezzlement.
The life of the Political Parties does not offer any window to us making it possible to judge them.
How will we be able in a climate of general corruption, to entrust our financial Nation and and its Institutions to the chronic economic unemployed?
The political Gangsters think that we are blind?.
Elections? Yes but not in Precipitation. We need theinsane ones.
Let us not dance around Fire the closed eyes.

Within sight of all that precedes, we propose:

Not D? election before the end of the Audits: L? Parliament should not be shelters for the economic delinquents. Shouldn't any marked civil servant indexed by the Audit be candidate with the Elections (some is the type D? elections).

Not D? Elections with the participatipation of the fictitious or regionalistic Political Parties:
It is necessary that all Political Partis candidates are physically established and take part in political activities in all préferctures of the own territory.
C? is with being said to have an office, a secretariat with concrete political activities.
Very Political Parti which N? would not have made 10% on average on L? together own territory N? will not enter with L? National Ensemblée.
Our goal is to force regroupemement Political Parties by sensiblity and to force the departure or the disparution of the fictitious Parties.
With for objective reducing the Political number of Parties to four (4) maximun representing two large currents. (right-hand side, left? center-right and center-left).

Very Political Parti candidate will have revealed his mode of financing, in order to démysthifier the life Politique.

To revise the Constitution completely: To amend all immediately that is necessary to guarantee the Transparency of the Elections and to reserve the remainder for the New Parliament.

To refuse the participation of the Political Parties in the Government of Transition.
To refuse the participation of the Political Parties in the possible Council of Transition.
To refuse the participation of the Political Parties in the possible Council for the Constitutional Revision.
To refuse the participation of the Political Parties at any committee charged D? to organize the Elections.

Is the key word here the Transparency and L? independence all organizations in load of the Transition.
The Transition must be regarded as a Referee.
It to be neutral, colourless and odourless, on all the plans and in all its aspects.

Twelve months or Two years, we will go to the Elections when we would have solved all the problems involved in the Transparency and Freedom.

Let us prepare the Elections with sereinity.
If we lose this occasion, we are likely to lose the country.

It is necessary that each one becomes aware qu? with D? to go to the Ballot boxes which do not guarantee the Democracy, the country is actuellemet divided into Ethniques pieces.
It is necessary of it to be conscious.
If we little rats these Elections, we are likely to lose the country.
Sight L? stake of this historical turning, we believe that Precipitation would be a very dangerous idea.

Let us fix the date of the Elections according to our problems.
Let us not dance around fire the closed eyes.

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Le CNDD décline l'offre de TOPAZ Guinée
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The CNDD declines the offer of TOPAZ Guinea
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Since the seizure of power by the CNDD last on December 23, Foamed Dadis Camara and his/her collaborators are the subject of a covetousness which does not say its name. The masks fall. The bad practices, having the hard life in Guinea, remake surface in spite of the multiple warnings of the Head of the State. the corrupters, in search of the favours of the new Master of Conakry, take by storm regularly the HQ of the junta to make gifts with the third owner of the history of Guinea.

It is within this framework precisely that Topaz Guinea, an industrial company which would be in Guinea on “opaque” bases, sent, recently a delegation with the camp Alpha Yaya Diallo to give sheep to president Dadis Camara and to the members of the CNDD. But, the delegation quickly realized that it travels false. Because, at the end of one moment, the junta declined the offer by requesting the delegation gentillement to take the door. An attempt at corruption as so much of other than the new authorities should not tolerate any more in their noble mission of giving Guinea on the rails. A country plunged for a very long time in the pit of the fact especially of the generalized corruption set up in system of governorship.

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La guinée, un pays politiquement instable!
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Guinea, a politically unstable country!
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For the majority of the Guineans, the evils of which suffers the country have their origin in the Politicking ethnocentriquement interpreted by the political leaders and the various administrations which followed one another.
Today still, one claims a redefinition of this political universe, while directing oneself towards a certain Two-party system (two political parties only for all Guinea). The idea is beautiful and would make it possible to be directed towards the diagram: party in power and only one party of the Opposition which would be the fusion of several political formations with an aim of involving an alternation of the Capacity. But if this so tempting idea has much evil to be concretized in reality, it is because of the war of leadership which would be likely to burst between the Leaders.

Imagine Cellou Dalein Diallo, Alpha Cop, Sidya Touré, Jean Marie Doré, Bah Ousmane and others to decide to form only one block! Who of it would be the First Person in charge? Especially that this last could be the chief candidate for the Presidential one and, by rebound, to be the President of the Republic. And then, it will be necessary to harmonize the Programs of the various political formations, to transcend ethnocentric futilities and to level the disagreements of last between the Leaders.

In any case, the Guineans want maintaining to see the Capacity to only transfer and rock in the Opposition after a one half-century seizure by two political parties (PDG-RDA and PUP). From now on, in fact almost the the country wants to know what the Opposition also proposes to bring to the People of Guinea. Why not, when the Dadis captain and his Friends turn over to the Camp as they promised. But the way takes still a long time to make so that our political Leaders understand that they rather may find it beneficial to agree to speak with one voice and to be more effective in their fight.

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Dadis et le CNDD trop inquiets de l'après-Dadis
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Dadis and the too anxious CNDD of after-Dadis
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The chief of the junta does not hide any more his tergiversations and other uncertainties for the after-transition. And it repeats it without delay with its hosts for a certain time. At the beginning, him which promised to simply turn over in the barracks, with its team, after having passed the hand with civil, does not dissimulate any more its obsession to see effect ATT published in Guinea for the first time.

What he had said at the end of December, eh well, he plasters it at the beginning of January and (Re) finds all that rather awkward. At the time of its meeting of Friday, the camp Yaya Alpha, it ensured to want “to turn over to the civil life” after the job.

“A former president with the camp, it”, this underlined is too cumbersome weekend in front of the delegation of the OIF, while reiterating the Malian example. Moussa Dadis even will have requested near its hosts “
the creation of stations” to accomodate the future ex-leaders who they are. And one would not be surprised to assist, later, with erection within the Francophonie and other organizations, departments in load of the management of coups d'etat, for example.

They will be functions to the height of “our valiant soldiers, as our Minister for the Defense which is a great man, a framework who has quality”, comments on the Dadis captain. Which, like them
his, is afraid to turn over in this army synonymous with galère after having succeeded, as it is hoped for, to give the country on the rails. It complains much about it.

After the audience which it granted to the delegation of the international organization of the Francophonie, in front of which it was apitoyé, much of analysts bet that if the international community
ensured its backs, the CNDD is close yielding. Even tomorrow. And statement that the new Masters of Conakry are not go-getters.

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La Guinée, officiellement suspendue de la CEDEAO
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Guinea, officially suspended of CEDEAO
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In spite of the efforts of president Wade, the Heads of States of the economic Community of the States of West Africa (CEDEAO), joined together today in extraordinary session in Abuja with door-closed, voted for the suspension of Guinea of all the activities of the organization. Decision taken after the catch of being able in Guinea by the CNDD, a military junta which suspended the constitution and dissolves the government in an official statement read on December 23, 2008 a few hours after the death of the former Guinean president, the general Lansana Conté.

In this official statement made public today Saturday, the president of the commission of CEDEAO, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, which already went to Guinea to meet the junta, announced that CEDEAO firmly condemns “the coup d'etat of December 23” and consequently proceeds to the suspension of Guinea of “all the meetings of the ECOWAS to the level of the Heads of States and the ministers, until the restoration of the constitutional order. ” Already the African Union had suspended Guinea on December 29, 2008 for the same reason.

This suspension follows upon an impassioned plea of civil the Prime Minister, Kabiné Komara which in a speech at the commission required of CEDEAO “to include/understand” Guinea. Komara was accompanied by the number two by the junta, the general Toto Camara in the Guinean delegation.

The minister Nigerian of the Foreign Affairs, Ojo Maduekwe, in the meeting of qualified the “unhappy one yesterday”, the declaration of support of Senegalese president Abdoulaye Wade for the Guinean junta. This last, had been made lawyer of the CNDD before the international community declaring at the time of its passage to Conakry, that the coup d'etat is not truly bad bus “the capacity was in the street” after the death of Lansana Conté. To note that Wade was not present at the top of Abuja.

Certain observers see behind this suspension, the pressure of the United States and the European Union which finance partly directly or indirectly the activities of the sous-régionale organization.

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Economie et Politique : Lansana Conté n’est plus : Un baobab est tombé… la Guinée survivra, mais à quel prix ?
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Economy and Policy: Lansana Told N? is more: Did a baobab tree fall? will Guinea survive, but at which price?
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Does Told Lansana, the généralissime and chair Republic of Guinea, S? in went on Monday December 22, 2008. After having passed more than two decades to the capacity. Without question, C? is a baobab tree which comes D? to be extinct. One S? y waited since beautiful lurette. This sad, and not of least of does the news, leave to pantois the Guineans, much more anxious by than their reserve L? future and the fear D? to face L? unknown. It that Guinea, our dear country will survive, but at which price remains quite obvious?

That made presqu? one decade that Guinea N? although not directed D was controlled? an iron hand by a General in final phase which was reached D? a leukaemia and D? a diabetes qu? it trailed. One cannot be also delighted by dead D? one as of ours, was he an unpopular president. Are the unpopular presidents, we D there? elsewhere accustomed.

Did the General leave us, many are the scandalmongers which L? wished. Now C? is made. L? does intellectual honesty oblige us to recognize it like that by which, the Guineans were free to travel, of S? to express, to join together, to put themselves in association? that also by which, the bases D? a pretence of democracy were set up. One will be worth that at least to him, without throwing to the nettles all this qu? it would have made in good, especially the firm will to maintain quietude social and peace in Guinea.

L? wait and see attitude of Told Lansana reached by L? wear of the capacity to face the major challenges of Guinea, perpetrated the country in a magma of confusions. It will have passed a score D? years with the capacity without leaving there a print whose Guineans could remember positively declare with any end of field these more savage opponents.

Like bitter ingredients left by Told Lansana, C? is a calcined economy. Confidence and L? integrity left in smoke in the blazing inferno the diversions public monies. C? is this funeral assessment which leaves us lugubrious the twenty five years of Lansana Conté to the head of Guinea. Was its presidency a disaster mixes cupidity, of fear of sinking qu more? yesterday (note: time sékhoutouréen) D? ignorance of Guinean reality, credulity and silly thing. One will have retained of him, a man who wished, in record time, L? enrichment of some initiates with depend on major the part of the Guinean population.

Since a few days, C? is a captain of L? Did Guinean army of the name of Foam Dadis Camara which is with the head D? a mysterious group called - the National Council of the Democracy and Development? CNDD. Aboubacar Somparé, ex president of L? National Parliament which was to be promoted on a plate D? however with the head of L? executive owes, certainly, being crimson in a corner of the Guinean capital. The truth said some long before its ousting, on its nervousness to make statements with any end of fields on the foreign waves.

Soldiers N? did not hear that Lansana Conté receives L? extreme unction for S? to monopolize D? a capacity which, according to the field reality could not return to civil which took an active part in the ruin of the country by a guilty silence.

Does God thank you, the transition do for L? moment without clashes. A music whose partition was well recorded, timed and well tied up. Clicks it in Somparé and Ahmed Tidiane Souaré N? saw that fire. The General Diarra Camara condemned to half-word the putsch in her stammering. For the trustworthy ones and the men of straw of the deposed government, the commérages from now on will have value of facts. Do all kinds of rumours go S? to cut down on the country even most incredible. Do the slanderers have the right to sell their hearts qu? they do not hold any more.

For L? moment, certain Guinean grant a credit to this junta by her declarations. D? other S? in are wary. Soldiers, in their majority, L? exercise of the capacity, never keep to their commitments, I am these.

However, there remains obvious that few memories could be entered on the long reign of the grabataire general deceased. Each one with its word with saying, loyal supporters and rebels of the Constitution have a common point: Aboubacar Somparé “contéïste” jusqu? with deepest of its heart, could not be the third president of Guinea. The refusal to declare vacancy of the capacity in February 2007 L? D deprived? to occupy the supreme function? disarmed, the capacity passed to him under the conk.

As for Foamed Dadis Camara, it N? right to L does not have? error. The past is very eloquent not to fall down in the decline. People very ungrateful L? has with L?? it. Does its first interview in a Panafrican newspaper show qu? it S? is maintained with old General qu? it met a few days before the death of this last. The row of the declinologists in whom I figure could S? to widen. With believing of them the whimsical nominations of Dadis Camara Foamed.

The machine with rumours S? is restarted via a series of messages posted on doubtful Internet sites, anonymous emails, shameless chatterings on private radios and in newspapers of shoddy goods. Did the Maffia with rumours helped by the journaleux ones of gutters start to extort D? enormous naps D? money with certain personalities in the only drawing of?? to help?? to have juicy stations. Waste of time and effort.

Always is it that, Moussa Dadis which has L? chatoyant air and which thinks of having drawn the gold mine could tumble down and fall down of its pedestal. In does a country seize by L? distresses following days which déchantent, the people could not agree to see at its head quelqu? one which seized the power to protect the family from fire Lansana Conté.

One does not wish only the capacity of the CNDD which, with L? instar of the preceding governments, resembles an electrocardiogram of the victim D? an infarction which learned how to panic before reflecting then. For L? moment, with share the nomination of the Prime Minister, Kabiné Komara, any tangible innovation N? was recorded with the account of the famous CNDD.

As for does the worship of the personality, one make v? U pious that the Dadis captain won't follow slipping slope qu? followed its predecessor lasting more than two decades. The governors of Conakry are fond of delicacies of deals on “against-productive associations of support”. The appointment of Mohammed Diop for one does not know which goals, as governor of Conakry, one would like to believe it, is not from this point of view.

Moussa Dadis Camara still profits D? a certain sympathy which could disappoint by the acts posed. Mister the new president, one applauds you with velvet gangs. With L?? uvre one recognizes the blacksmith - autoproclamé president you must know that in L? exclusive interest of Guinea and the Guineans, no concession will be granted to you.

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In his very first speech with the nation, the President of the CNDD committed himself promoting a total rupture compared to the practices which always gangrené the Guinean public administration, among which appear in good place the corruption, the nepotism, the diversion of the public monies…

to put an end to the reign set up impunity in system of governorship.

Were the Guineans more reassured by learning the President promises? 'to punish '' all those which were made guilty of these acts, source of all current misfortunes of the country.
These words make dream of many compatriots, who now hope to really be able to break with this painful past.
But this hope is likely to be transformed into a feeling of disenchantment general, if the members of the CNDD do not take gard there, because since December 23, 2008, date of the effective catch of the capacity by the army, the Camp Yaya Alpha which acts as district general of Foamed Dadis and its team, became a place of pilgrimage, a species of large bazaar or caravanserai, or each one comes to try its chance and to sell its illusions and its ambitions. A vast set of public-private hide-and-seek, with colas traditional to seal the dreamed union.

Is the camp désemplit not and more désarçonnant in this sulfurous environment, it that they are the compatriots who knelt the country under Lansana Conté, which constitutes it? 'first prize '' of the visitors. They are due to all to follow one another themselves, to be at juicy stations for? 'to complete their work with the service of the nation ''.

A manner guaranteed to escape the war with the grave-diggers whom should engage soon the CNDD and the awaited government. Foamed Dadis, the president and Kabinet Komara, Pm may find it very beneficial to make the good choices for the future of the country, not to kill the hope which reappears at the Guineans.

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Guinée: Les Muézzins de l’Incohérence
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Guinea: Muezzins of L? Inconsistency
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The Guinean politicians will never finish disappointing us.
To read between the lines, one has more and more badly in Guinea because of L? incohérenec or of L? incompetence of those which are judicious to manage it.
That gives evils of heart.

When the soldiers came to the Capacity to surprised those which N? never included/understood anything, the traditional politicians called upon their international Armada to make pressure on the Military Junta, D? after them for orgniser of the free elections most quickly than possible.
Thus did their motherland France hypocritically activate all her tentacles, namely CEDEAO AND L? UA. , to drive out Guinea of the Clubs of its Dictators.

In did Conakry, after the spectacle of Cellou Dalein, one believe the doors of the closed cinema, to think once again of “L? After Tale”.
We are with revolving dangerous and all the scenario is possible:
Do the soldiers have another Blow D? State with the risk D? are a blood bath,
the soldiers maintained with the Capacity with the risk D? do another dictatorship,
the soldiers organize baclées Elections, C? is the return to the starting box,
Or That God awaits our prayers we leave L? Inn.

While all concerned men of L? do future of the country request for the best and prepare for the worst, here that the traditional Political Parties make covering joints D? eye with the Prime Minister to return in the Government of Transition.

C? is stupid, C? is stupid and C? is unconscious?

We are spirit D? to imagine a Government of Transition which has to prepare Free and Transparent Elections?
What makes of this Government a Referee.
An apolitical Referee, firm and interdependent of L? Future of the country.
A Referee is always neutral.
How can you give this Body in the hands of the Political Parties and count on its NEUTRALITY?

There are approximately 60 (sixty political parties in Guinea). To make the parity, one would need 60 Ministers (Sixty). If not which will take part in it and with which one will refuse D? entry in this Government?
For what to create additional problems on this level, whereas we do not even know how to organize an Election. It N? ya has ever have D? election in Guinea.
Would the Political Parties by inconsistency or incompetence confuse a Government D? National union with a Government of Transition.?

A Government of Transition is a Neutral Government which must put audessus of all the Political Parties.
How could it play its part D? REFEREE S? it is composed of the members of the Political Parties. The war fraticide qu? they will be delivered will paralyse the Government.
That will be another cauchemard. Remember the FRAD.

Do not give D? additional weapons with the sick spirits of the statisque one.
If ever one makes return of the Political Parties in this Government, the cousins will start again their diabolic calculations:
How much % RPG
How much % UPR
How much % L? UFDG
How much % peulhs, %malinke %de X, They already controlled this second part.

For what would move one the debate and to create distractions unitiles, then the country abounds in qualified frameworks with? nterior and as with? outside of the country which? belong to any political Party and which does not require that to serve their Fatherland.?

For what to create distractions unitiles, whereas us N? let us not have to even approach the essential debates yet:
Revison of the Constitution.
The revision of the Staff Regulations of the Political Parties.
Announced Audits or the result of the Audit under the PM Kouyate.
Revison of the mining Contracts and the Port of Conakry.
End of L? Impunity.
Inter alia.

If the Political Parties were really Political Parties and not private companies, they should not worry to enter a Government of Transition, which must be Neutre and Independent of any idea partisane.
On the contrary, they should seek the lifting of L? intrediction which strikes their Organization now, to go quickly as a Partner.

They speak D? election?
Notice? you qu? they never said us of which election it S? acts.
The presidential ones or the Legislative ones.
Do you have notice qu? they speak D? election, but they N? never evoke the name of the CEI of Ben Sekou Sylla?
This Mister doesn't it have of the accounts with the Nation?

Political Parties, S? they are patriotic, S? they really fight for the Democracy, they must help us to guarantee L? Independence and the Neutrality of the Government of Transition while not adhering to it?. We are not in crisis of frameworks.

Dear Sirs, if you want the Presidency of the Republic by the Ballot boxes and the Democratique way, you cannot be at the same time Arbitres and Players.
We do not wish to see you in a Government of Transition?
While wishing you a good election campaign.
Before D? to require the Transparency, let us be coherent in our exigeances.

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Où est l'argent du fonds d'insertion des jeunes ?
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Where is the money of the funds of insertion of the young people?
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Difficult to answer for the moment this question which worries more one in Guinea, nevertheless, the funds intended for the creation of job for the young people disappeared from circulation to land in the black cases of those which had load of the management of the funds of insertion of the young people. Funds made up of the gift of the former president, Lansana Told, and guide of the Libyan revolution, colonel Khadaffi. The funds was estimated at approximately four billion fg.
Concordant information, more half of the money intended for the young people would have taken an unknown destination before even the creation of the famous ministry in load of young employment by Ahmed Tidiane Souaré.

Other made important: the funds of insertion of the young people was initially attached to the ministry for youth, the sports and the culture under the Kouyaté era. Now, since the funds is invisible whereas thousands of young people vegetate in misery and sink in the defects, for lack of employment, it is important to invite the director of the funds to light the lantern of the ones and others compared to the fate of the supposed billion to create job for the désoeuvrés young people who populate the low districts of Conakry. Obscure and dirty districts of the Guinean capital.

Justice, awake.

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Qui est Kabiné Komara, le nouveau Premier ministre de la Guinée ?
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Who is Kabiné Komara, the new Prime Minister of Guinea?
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Kabiné Komara was born on March 8, 1950 in Kankan. It left major his promotion in 1973 with L? Polytechnic institute Gamal Abdel Nasser de Conakry with a control in management and accountancy with the excellent mention.

In 1992, did Komara obtain a certificate D? cash economy with L? University of Colorado, then a professional diploma of management and investment with L? American university of Cairo in 1997. Later, it will pass a MBA to L? Higher school of Trade of Rennes, France on the subject strategic Preparation of plan.

In its professional life, it occupied the following stations:

1973- 1974: Financial inspector with the Presidency of the Republic
1974-1975: Chief service compensation, Adviser then countable Framework at the central Bank.
1975- 1984: Administrative director of Friguia
1984-1986: Deputy manager Personal Department and Africanization of the CBG
1986-1991: National director of the public investments to the ministry for the Plan and the international co-operation.
1991-1992: Member of the Commission Economy, Development and environment of the Transitory Council of National Rectification (temporary Parliament)
1992-1995: To advise Economic of the plan and Minister for Finance
1995 - 2008: Director of the department of the administrative services and the inheritance of the African Bank D? Import Export (Afreximbank).

Is Kabiné Komara married and father of five children of which L? écrivaine Lord Komara which published, in 2006, at 14 years, a novel entitled “My roots”.

It speaks malinké, the soussou, French, L? English and a little D? Arabic.

Its attributions according to L? schedule of December 29, 2008:

Article1er: The Prime Minister, Chef of the Government is charged to control, coordinate and to direct L? governmental action.

Article 2: It is responsible for the good walk of the government in front of the President of the Republic.

Article 3: In agreement with the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister determines attributions of each minister. It takes the presidency of the Council of Ministers by delegation of the President of the Republic and for a given agenda.

Article 4: It proposes to the President of the Republic the composition of the government whose members are named by ordinance.

Article 5: The members of the government are responsible for the direction of their respective departments in front of the Prime Minister.

Article 6: Does any vacancy of the post of Prime Minister put an end to the functions other members of the government who manage the current businesses jusqu? with the nomination D? a new Prime Minister.

Article 7: It names with civil employment, it directs L? administration by delegation of the President of the Republic.

Article 8: The Prime Minister is charged to lay down the economic policy and D? to ensure its setting in? uvre. It takes care of the respect of the agreements and conventions binding the government of the Republic of Guinea to its two sides of industry.

Article 9: The Prime Minister can represent the President of the Republic to all the sous-régionales, regional and international meetings. It is moreover responsible for the political and social dialogue, day before with L? implementation of the agreements with the political parties and to the good course of the electoral process.

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Nouvel An 2009 : Message à la Nation du Chef de l’Etat, le capitaine président Moussa Dadis Camara
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New Year 2009: Message with the Nation of the Chief of L? State, the captain president Moussa Dadis Camara
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Guinean, Guinean
My dear compatriots,
foreign Hôtes living among us;
Year 2008 is completed in the pain, but on a note of hope. It there has a few days, on December 22 precisely, left us the General Lansana Conté, President of the Republic and supreme Chef of the armies. This address with the Nation offers a new occasion to me to present at its family and all the Guinean nation my moved condolences. After twenty-four years with the head of Guinea, the General Lansana Conté bequeathed us a country in peace in a tormented African western under-area.

The shortly after its disappearance, the Guinean armed forces decided to seize the power to prevent that our country does not rock in the ethnic war. Chaos could indeed have settled if the capacity fell into the hands from a so-called constitutional dolphin, President of a national Parliament which does not represent that itself since the expiry of its mandate several months ago.

None? uvre human is not perfect. I made the choice retain action of my predecessor the opening of our country to the democracy and the market economy, the modernization of our in particular road infrastructures, the safeguard of the territorial integrity and national unit.
The seizure of power is not however and could not be an end in itself. Faithful to our obligation to protect the nation, we took our responsabilities to rectify the country and to lead it to transparent elections, first step towards the final rooting of the democracy. Guinea is well badly in point. Some say that our country is a geological scandal. I would say that it is a very short scandal.

It is a scandal because large people like ours, which was with the avant-garde of the movement of independences, are today lagging behind in the concert of the nations.

It is a scandal because we import each year for a value of 300 million dollars the rice which we consume whereas our country, equipped with an abundant pluviometry, abounds in large cultivable grounds.

It is a scandal because we do not manage to ensure a correct service road of our country out of running water and electricity, whereas Guinea, tower water of West Africa, has a hydroelectric potential which can satisfy the needs for a good part of the economic Community of the States of West Africa.

It is a scandal because, by incompetence or patriotism, the various governments which followed one another during ten last years were unable to lead our country to the point of completion of the initiative in favour of the poor countries heavily in debt, which could make him profit from a lightening of its foreign debt of more than 2 billion dollars.

It is a scandal because, since our accession with independence, the Guineans speak but do not make large-thing, are useful themselves of Guinea instead of serving it, plunder it but do not build it.

The National Council for the Democracy and Development (CNDD), set up in the tread of our arrival at the businesses, assigns for mission of breaking this spiral of worst. The Prime Minister, Kabinet Komara, which has been just named, as well as the government which it will form will be put without delaying with the task, with the service of this fundamental stake.

To rectify our economy, an inventory of fixtures is necessary: the evaluation is a stage essential to any constructive action. Like the diagnosis of a doctor, the total audit of the State that we will finance will quantify the width of the damage and will identify the nature of the evils, to enable us to apply a therapy of shock to them.

Far from being a hunting for the witches, the audit goes, in all objectivity, to detect the faults of management which put our country at knee and to identify the authors of them. Under the terms of the pedagogy of the example, the latter will undergo all the rigour of the law, as a sign of our determination to fight against the corruption and drug. These plagues, which gangrènent our country, weaken our present and mortgages the future of our children.

Our strategic resources were sold off, realising backhanders poured on offshore accounts, opened with the names of véreux civils servant, in tax havens.

We see one of the last examples of this logic of plundering through the concession of the container terminal. In spite of the opinion of a famous international cabinet, which concluded that the contract of concession is obviously leonine and absolutely unfavourable with the interests of Guinea, the outgoing government is heading to sign it.

Our country is undoubtedly only in the world where people called of the executives can sacrifice in a so coarse way the strategic interests of their nation. All conventions will be renegotiated, in order to optimize the incomes of Guinea.

This operation does not aim at persecuting any investor. We quite to the contrary harness ourselves to make our country, with the so important potential, a gravitational destination for the foreign direct investments. But we could not not correct imbalances of certain contracts, which injure the interests of Guinea.

All the financial administrations, will be cleansed, equipped with procedures of withdrawal without fault, entirely will be computerized and subjected to frequent controls.

All the expenditure which will be carried out it will be in the respect of the principle of the balance in the budget. The board with tickets, which feeds inflation, is not an instrument of economic management. We will not use about it.
The Government must be harnessed to reach as soon as possible the point of completion of initiative PPTE, but also to obtain the adequate financial resources to improve, as soon as possible, the service road in electric power and running water.

I put a point D? honor to put an end to gradually the unballastings of current which plunge the country in the black and the cuts D? water which makes thirsty the Guineans. C? a question of national dignity is my eyes.

Will the CNDD and myself take care of very close with the setting in? uvre of another large building site: that of the recasting of the democracy, which passes by the reform of justice, the liberalization of the waves and the organization of elections legislative and presidential free and transparent from here December 2010.

The corruption is killing justice in our country. One can today kill, violate, fly in all impunity, provided that one remunerates a judge who passes in addition to the laws to transform truth into forgery and the forgery in truth. We will re-examine the statute of the magistrate, to reinforce the supervisory powers of the higher Council of the magistrature, to take care of the application of the laws and the effective execution of the sorrows.

That which kill, violate or fly will be punished severely in accordance with the law. It is also that to respect the human rights, because the victim is, as much as the criminal or the delinquent, a human being.

To reinforce the democratic culture, the citizen participation and the implication of the public opinion, the government and the CNDD will study the ways and means to perfect the device of the subsidies intended for the bodies which take part in it. In the same way, according to criteria's which will be redefined, from the licences of radios and private televisions will be granted.

The waves must be completely released, it is one of the conditions of the transparency and the good governorship.

Sincere in my will of dialogue with the political parties, the civil company, and the international organizations which support the electoral process, I leave it to to them to discuss and to submit proposals to me. The only hot line is as follows: we need the most transparent possible elections within the shortest possible time. Thus, the elections could not be disputed any more in this country.

Guinean, Guinean,
My dear compatriots,
foreign Hôtes living among us,

Allow me to ensure the international community of our preoccupation of progress, respect of the human rights, and a reinforcement of the good governorship. Judge us with the work: we want to rectify the country, to equip it with credible institutions and to give him elected officials resulting from transparent elections. Accompany we in our? uvre of rebuilding!

Your support will serve a highly geopolitical cause, because strong Guinea, from which we want to pose the bases, will stabilize West Africa and will reinforce safety in our under-area.

I could not finish this address with the nation without making a covering joint of? it with the youth of my country. Just for saying that I included/understood the message: the hundreds of thousands of young people who, along the arteries of Conakry, acclaimed my procession on December 24, want to be nourished correctly, to look after, make sport, to learn and find work at the end of their studies. The CNDD and the government will make questions of youth an absolute priority.

We perhaps will not have time to carry out them in the long term, but we will open building sites of reform in the priority fields of education, health, employment and the fight against poverty.

Guinean, Guinean,
My dear compatriots,
foreign Hôtes living among us,

I nourished the dream of Guinea prosperous and strong, respected in Africa and in the world, democratic and opened. What God, the Master of the days to come, exauce this v? U, and starts to pose the first steps of them as of this year 2009 which is announced!

I address to you with you all my v? ux the best. That Very Powerful God, who once again saved our country, continues to assist us!

Live Guinea!
Live the Republic!
Live the CNDD!

Did captain Foam Dadis CAMARA
Chef of L? State, President of the Republic
President of the CNDD

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Rencontre Capitaine président Moussa Dadis Camara et Jeunes de Conakry: La jeunesse humilie Sader et le Gouverneur de Conakry, dénonce Bruno, SOMPARE, Cellou Dalein, Mamadou SYLLA avant d'obtenir du Président, l'engagement des audits.
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Meet Capitaine president Moussa Dadis Camara and Jeunes of Conakry: Youth humiliates Sader and the Governor of Conakry, denounces Bruno, SOMPARE, Cellou Dalein, Mamadou SYLLA before obtaining from the President, the engagement of the audits.
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It was during the first meeting that the Head of the State, the Captain Foamed Dadis CAMARA had in L? after midday of Saturday with the young people of the town of Conakry. C? was with the Palate of the People of Conakry.

While it asked youth to denounce the cases of corruption, abuse and other offences, youth claimed in unison the audits. Did that make say to the President that? was youth right always from where, the audits will be launched on all the extent of the own territory to uncover all the cases of abuse.?

Along the speech, the young people also shouted several names, a manner of denouncing (at the request of the Head of the State, these which constitute obstacles with the progression of Guinea). It was initially the name of the Governor of the town of Conakry, Mr. Soriba Sorel CAMARA, which had wanted to make make a short speech but the young people interposed while shouting: ? Governor zero! Governor zero! Governor zero!?

Although having said that the CNDD had not come for that, the captain president Moussa Dadis Camara ended up saying that: ? since you have just given the example by shouting the name of the governor of the town of Conakry, the CNDD in the 72 hours will come, to meet to examine this case…?

While it continued its short speech, it was on several occasions stopped by ceaseless requests of youth taken again in chorus: ? Bruno, Bruno, Bruno,…? name of the assistant Director general of the Customs, chair Guinean Federation of football; of that of the ex president of the French National Assembly, Elhadj Aboubacar SOMPARE; of Cellou Dalein DIALLO; of Mamadou SYLLA.

Previously (well before the arrival of President Dadis in the room of the Palate), it is the regional Inspector of the Youth of the town of Conakry, Mr. Sader DIALLO which has, on several occasions hooted by the young people. Especially, they asked that it not make a speech on their behalf. Did youth say? to come to listen to his President, the Captain Foamed Dadis CAMARA. “

One of the workers of the governorship of Conakry, considering the determination of youth to be denounced while hooting on its governor preferred to leave the room while affirming: ? What arrived at Sader and which will touch my gouvernenur is a worse humilaition for any man. If it is me, I will leave the room and the following day, I file in my letter of resignation…?

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