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Guinean opposition says elections won't happen

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Sidya Touré (R) and RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto in the studio
Sidya Touré (R) and RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto in the studio Amélie Barrau

In Guinea Conakry, the Electoral Commission, or CENI, says long-delayed parliamentary elections meant to cement the country's transition to civilian rule are scheduled to take place this Sunday, 30 June. But the opposition says this will not happen because certain demands have not been met. RFI spoke with opposition leader Sidya Touré.