What’s the way forward for Guinea after the coup?

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Guinea’s main opposition leader says he and his party are open to taking part in a political transition following Sunday’s military coup. Guinea’s military leaders have tightened their grip on power after overthrowing President Alpha Conde. The 83-year-old leader remains in detention. As many as 80 political prisoners detained by Conde’s government were released on Tuesday. The military takeover has been condemned by Guinea’s partners, various countries and international organizations, including the United Nations, the African Union and the Economic Community of West African States. In this context, what is the way forward for the country?

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