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ECOWAS condemns violence in Guinea Bissau



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The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on Saturday, condemned the violence that erupted in Guinea Bissau.

Violence broke out on Thursday night and continued until the following day after National Guard soldiers freed an opposition minister

In a statement in Abuja, ECOWAS condemned the violence and all attempts to disrupt the constitutional order and the rule of law in Guinea Bissau.

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It called for the arrest and persecution of the perpetrators of the incident in accordance with the law.

The sub-regional body expressed its full solidarity with the people of that country and the government of Guinea Bissau.

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