A Situational Analysis of the Transition in Guinea Conakry: Two Years After the Coup

This report provides a situational analysis of the aftermath of Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya's 2021 coup that ousted President Alpha Conde. The report explores the transition period, highlighting both promising developments and challenges. It discusses the initiation of an inclusive dialogue, institutional reforms, anti-corruption efforts, and development projects. It also delves into issues such as identity-driven divisions, political opposition, and a growing restriction on civic and media freedom. The report emphasizes the importance of trust-building, inclusivity, and upholding democratic principles for Guinea’s successful transition to democracy. International community involvement is seen as pivotal in monitoring and supporting this process. Additionally, concerns are raised about the transparency of the constitution-drafting process and the exclusion of certain opposition parties, which could impact the legitimacy of the new constitution.

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