The opposition protest in Guinea was broken up by the security forces in a brutal way. They used tear gas and truncheons, which led to the death of at least four people in the capital Conakry.
The opposition has taken to the streets on the fears that the incumbent President Alpha Conde is planning to rig the parliamentary elections due in december this year. The President was elected in November 2010 in a very controversial elections.
The opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo was very furious with the manner in which the security forces launched their crackdown on the protesters. He also accused the government of throwing away the dead body of one of the protesters in front of his party's Union of the Democratic Forces of Guinea head quarters.
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