Anti-government protesters returned on Conakry's streets on Monday after waiting for government's response to President's Conde's 3rd term in office. The protest met strong and bloody resistance from government forces leaving several people wounded. President whose 5 years second tern ends this year is seeking another 5 years in office which is according to the Guinean constitution, is not constitutional and is criminally illegal. "I think we have achieved the goal to show that in Guinea there are people who are suffering injustice and that the people of Guinea do not support this 3rd term for Conde." Cellou Dalein, the opposition UPDG said.
The Minister for Security and Civil Protection, Albert Damathan condemmed the action of the protesters and said it calls for dialogue, the usual way of talking.
"Giving the objectives of the FNDC - National Front for the Defense of Democracy,they should have realized that what always work is dialogue.