The head of the military junta of Guinea, Colonel Mamady Domboya, was sworn in today, Friday, to become the president of this country for a transitional period that is still unknown.
Colonel Domboya was sworn in before the President of the Supreme Court, Mamadou Sylla, during a ceremony held at the Mohammed V Palace in the capital, Conakry, wearing an official military uniform, a red hat and two black glasses.
Domboya stressed that his country, a major producer of minerals, would fulfill all its international obligations.
Domboya, the army chief who seized power by force a month ago, also stressed his “commitment” that neither he nor any of the members of the military council would participate in the upcoming elections that the army promised to organize after a transitional period, without specifying their duration.
The army overthrew President Alpha Conde on September 5, in a military coup.
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