NEWSROOM (ADV) – The bill on the prevention and suppression of terrorism in the Republic of Guinea, sponsored by Justice Minister Check Sacko, has been approved by the Council of Ministers.
It must now be submitted to the vote of the parliament.
The Guard of the Seals explains in particular that this law will have first priority to put an end to the difficulties of coordination of the fight against terrorism.
Difficulties that allow terrorist organizations to “expand their influence and sow the terror and death of several thousand people, undermine the sovereignty and integrity of States, cause considerable material and environmental damage As reported by Guinea 360.
This law, which is part of the security policy of the Guinean government, is made all the more necessary because, as the minister explains, Guinea lacks “courts, magistrates and judicial police officers. Specialized in terrorism “.
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