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Guinea-Bissau, one of the world’s poorest countries, could be emerging from its turbulent past. A new government and a new president are working together with the main opposition party to bring stability and reforms. There are enormous signs of hope that the first steps of the reform agenda will lead to international backing.
Carlota Ahrens Teixeira
The April 2014 general election in Guinea-Bissau was a success with a clear-cut victory. But it is still too early to celebrate, as doubts remain on whether the military will accept the results and cooperate with the elected government. State weakness has attracted organised crime and made Guinea-Bissau a strategic location for drug trafficking and illegal trades. ...
Anonymous GIS Expert