Macron reacts to re-election of Alpha Condé: 'the situation is serious'
President Emmanuel Macron has just reacted to the re-election of Alpha Condé to a third presidential term.
The tenant of the Elysée Palace, who answered Jeune Afrique's questions on Friday, considers that "the situation is serious in Guinea".
In an AFP dispatch, Emmanuel Macron regrets that President Alpha Condé, re-elected on October 18, "organized a referendum and a change of the Constitution only to be able to keep power".
"I think the situation is serious in Guinea for its youth, for its democratic vitality and for its progress," said of the French state in an interview published on Friday by Jeune Afrique and relayed by AFP.
On Wednesday in the Loud Gueules, deputy Sébastien Nadot, spokesperson for the Mouvement des Progressistes (MdP), blasted on Wednesday what he called the "guilty silence" of French leaders in the face of the crisis in Guinea.
He said he was surprised that "France has said nothing about the Guineans and the extremely fragile and painful situation."
Waxed BALDE, for VisionGuinee.Info