ECOWAS calls for Guinea elections in six months, sanctions coup leaders • FRANCE 24 English

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West African leaders on Thursday imposed #sanctions on #Guinea’s coup leaders and called for elections in six months in a demand for a quick return to civilian rule after troops ousted President Alpha Conde this month. The 15-member #ECOWAS regional bloc had already suspended Guinea after #Conde’s ouster on September 5 by a special forces commander who captured the president and declared a political transition.

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