Guinea and Burkina Faso risk more sanctions over transition delay

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Report says Guinea’s ruling military government has signaled that it might break a deadline to set out its plans to return to civilian rule.

The report added that there was no immediate announcement from the military rulers of Burkina Faso who were facing the same Monday deadline to present acceptable plans to hand back power to civilians after their January coup.

Recall that Leaders of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS last month told the military governments in Guinea and Burkina Faso they had until April 25 to explain how and when they would hand back power to civilians or face immediate sanctions.

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