The Guinean military junta authorizes former President Condé to travel abroad to receive medical care

MADRID, 21 May.

The Guinean military junta authorizes former President Condé to travel abroad to receive medical care

MADRID, 21 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The former president of Guinea Alpha Condé has received permission from the military junta that governs the country to travel abroad for medical reasons whenever he needs it, as has happened on previous occasions, although this permission is the one he receives after benefiting in April from the provisional release.

The military coup took place on September 5 after months of political crisis in the country due to Condé's decision to modify the Constitution to run for a third term and his victory in the 2020 presidential elections, in which the rest of the candidates, among them the opposition leader, Cellou Dalein Diallo, denounced fraud.

Condé is now awaiting a judicial process for excessive use of force, repression, kidnappings, rapes and attacks perpetrated against the civilian population during his mandate.

Now, the National Committee for Reconciliation and Development (CNRD), the body constituted by the coup military in Guinea, has announced that Conde will be able to travel abroad for "humanitarian reasons" related to his state of health.

The 84-year-old former president was forced to return to Conakry in early April, after undergoing medical treatment for three months in the United Arab Emirates after receiving permission from the junta after receiving, in principle, permission from the coup plotters to stay. there only one month.

"The CNRD takes the opportunity to reassure national and international opinion and assures that this decision has been taken in perfect compliance with the judicial procedural provisions," the coup body assured in a statement collected by the LSI Africa portal.


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