More instability in Africa, or a genuine chance for democracy to take hold in a country that has only been ruled by two dictators since independence from France.
Of course, given Guinea's history, I will believe it when I see it."The constitution is dissolved," said Camara. "The government is dissolved. The institutions of the republic are dissolved. ... From this moment on, the council is taking charge of the destiny of the Guinean people."
He said presidential elections will be organized shortly, but did not elaborate.