By Ivan Maltsev
Military rebels who attempted a coup in Guinea the day before announced the introduction of a curfew throughout the country. According to the France Presse news agency, referring to the statement, this measure will be in effect “until further notice.”
It is also reported that the military will replace the governors and prefects of the regions. The rebels called on ministers and heads of institutions to come to the meeting, which will be held in the capital on Monday.
We will remind, the day before, there was information that the rebels broke into the presidential palace and detained the head of state, 83-year-old Alpha Conde. Later, the leader of the putschists, the head of an elite Special Forces unit, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, announced the arrest of the president, the dissolution of the government, and the suspension of the constitution. According to Reuters, Conde was not injured. The military assured that the president is guaranteed security, as well as access to doctors. Where it is located is not reported.