White House condemns unrest in Guinea-Bissau

Apr 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sunherald.com

The White House is strongly condemning efforts by Guinea-Bissau's military to seize power from the country's civilian leadership and calling for immediate restoration of the legitimate government.

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UN Special Representative in Guinea Bissau is part of the problem and must be removed immediately. His acts are and management of the country politics add more tensions.

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