Development aid pulled from post-coup Guinea-Bissau

04/20/2012 | AlertNet · National Public Radio

Millions of dollars in assistance to Guinea-Bissau have been suspended by the World Bank and African Development Bank after military leaders staged a coup, scuttling presidential elections and detaining the leading candidate. Elections next would be held in two years, said the coup leaders, who chose the former vice president of the National Assembly, Manuel Serifo Nhamajo, to lead a transition government.

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