Guinea Leader Implores Committee to Draft New Supreme Law

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Guinea’s transitional leader Mamady Doumbouya has urged the constitutional review committee to consider the needs and realities of the country and draft a robust new supreme law.

Doumbouya stated that the the country needs tranquillity, not just permanent transitional periods.

He warned the committee against drafting a copy and paste or tailor-made constitution for the country.

The leader assured that the National Transitional Committee is committed to drafting a new constitution for posterity and not one to suit the interim authorities.

Written by: Helen Obih

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