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Guinea-Bissau’s president dissolves the nation’s parliament after last week’s failed coup

BISSAU, Guinea-Bissau (AP) — Guinea-Bissau’s president has dissolved the West African nation’s parliament. A presidential decree issued on Monday cited last week’s shootout which the government said was a failed coup. The decree which takes effect immeditaely noted that the date for holding the next legislative election will be set “in due time.”

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