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Seven commissioners withdraw from the electoral process in Guinea.

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Seven commissioners, representatives of the opposition within the CENI, announced on Tuesday their withdrawal from the electoral process.
These seven commissioners are: Bano Sow (Vice-president and member of the executive office), Diogo Baldé (Assistant Director of the Planning and Operation Department), Dr Alhassane Makanera Kaké (Director of the Legal Department), Mrs Samoura Hadja Saran ( Assistant Director of the Logistics and Security Department), Mamadou Safa Tounkara (Deputy Director of the Electoral File Department), Mrs Diop Marie Helene Sylla (Director of the Dismemberment Department), Youssouf Léno (Rapporteur and Member of the Executive Bureau).
“We decide to no longer accompany the timing of the schedule leading up to the February 16 elections,” wrote the seven out of the 17 commissioners in the electoral institution. “We call on the president of the CENI and all the commissioners to make an assessment of the work carried out in order to provide Guinea with a sane electoral register representative of the Guinean electoral population,” added these senior executives, deemed to be honest and who have decided not to endorse an electoral process that is visibly very badly in progress.
After Withdrawal of the 7 CENI commissioners, Alpha Condé camp warns that “nothing can stop the electoral process”.
The presidential party declares that their decision will not stop the running timetable.
Souleymane Keita, adviser in charge of the mission at the presidency and member of the youth committee of RPG Arc-en-ciel, sees no reason which could push him to withdraw from the electoral process halfway.
This close friend of Alpha Condé affirms that “the electoral process is in progress and nothing can stop it” and specifies that the organization of an examination is not the responsibility of a political party: “We do not organize no longer an election according to the will of a political party.”
Describing the approach of the opposition commissioners as “diversion”, he assures that “the scheme that the opponents are borrowing aims to block the electoral process is.”
“Today, it is obvious that the opposition does not want elections in Guinea, but that is without counting on the political maturity of the RPG and our attachment to the laws of the Republic,” he says.
In the news, he said that withdrawing from the electoral process is an admission of fail and politically they have no interest in going to the elections”.

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