The Guinean government believes that the elections could now take place by March 2012.
The election, originally scheduled for December 29, was postponed to allow the resumption of political dialogue between the opposition and power. The two sides meet, by the way, next Monday.
The Minister of Territorial Administration is satisfied that the litigation in particular around the INEC - the body that organizes the elections in the country - as well as around the electoral roll can be quickly resolved by the two forces.
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