Guinea's opposition plans August rally

Guinea's main opposition party is planning a nationwide rally to call for local council elections, which haven't been held since President Alpha Conde took office in 2010.

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    Guinea's main opposition party is planning a nationwide rally to call for local council elections, which haven't been held since President Alpha Conde took office in 2010.

    Opposition officials are worried the president is delaying the elections to stay in power for a third term.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.


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