Guinea-Bissau’s parliament votes to get rid of new PM| glObserver Global Economics


Guinea-Bissau lawmakers on Monday adopted a proposition to try and get rid of the country’s new prime minister through legal means in a bid to resolve a political crisis over his appointment.

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They decided to "attempt actions with a view to deposing the new prime minister" in a resolution adopted by 75 of 79 lawmakers present from the country’s 102-seat parliament.

Lawmakers will present the resolution to President Jose Mario Vaz, and if he ignores it, they plan to take up the issue with the Supreme Court.

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