At least seven people have been killed in clashes between Guinean opposition supporters and police

Conakry, Abidjan, October 21: the Ministry of security and civil protection of Guinea issued a statement on the evening of 21, saying that from 19 to 21, conflicts between opposition supporters and police occurred in many places in Guinea, resulting in at least 7 deaths and many injuries. In Conakry, the capital, opposition supporters erected roadblocks, burned tires, tables and chairs on the main suburban road, and clashed with the police, resulting in at least four deaths, including one police officer; in kisidougu and other areas, clashes between opposition supporters and police resulted in at least three deaths, including one police officer. In addition, many people have been injured in these conflicts. On the 21st, President Conte of Guinea called on the public to be rational before the announcement of the presidential election results, “national democracy and social peace should not be threatened”. On the 18th, Guinea held a presidential election, with 12 candidates including conte. On the 19th, the opposition candidate, former Prime Minister and chairman of the Alliance for democratic forces of Guinea, seru dalein Diallo, unilaterally declared victory in the election. Several national independent election commissions later expressed the hope that candidates would not unilaterally declare victory before the election results were announced.