Guinea-Bissau: Investigations into political killings stalled

Ten years after Guinea-Bissau' parliament backs truth and reconciliation commission, government is yet to probe hundreds of political assassinations.

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    Preliminary election results are set to be released later on Wednesday in Ginea-Bissau, after polls which people hope will turn the page on years of crisis and turbulence.

    An important factor moving forward will be a truth and reconciliation commission set up 10 years ago.

    But it is yet to investigate a single murder.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from the capital, Bissau.


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