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Speaker pledges House’s support to Guinea to deal with perceived tension

The Speaker of the Community Parliament, Rt. Honorable Sidie Mohammed Tunis has pledged the House’s support to the National Assembly of Guinea, with its rich experience of mediation to engage in meaningful dialogue surrounding the perceived tension.    

He made this remark when he addressed the first Session of the National Assembly of the Republic of Guinea at the invitation of the President of the Assembly.     

He also noted that the laws to be formulated by the ordinary session would seek equity and fairness for all, most especially the young generation, adding that the issue of unemployment among the youth should no longer be accepted.   
 
According to the Speaker, this problem of unemployment is usually exploited by terrorist, and military groups who conscript the youth for little or nothing, but rather use them to perpetrate harm in the communities.        

Again, the youth have had to risk traveling across risky waters in search of greener pastures in Europe, some of whom unfortunately meet their untimely death, and it is time to stop folding our hands and watch these happen.   

“We must secure a future for our younger generation as no excuse would be adequate enough to compensate for our failure to do s. Young people have aspirations, they want to work, they want to have a future, and it is our job to let them achieve this”.   
    
The Speaker further added that, he is convinced that when the gap between the rich and the poor is bridged, the ECOWAS Region would emerge stronger and better for everyone.     
         
“The Republic of Guinea has had its fair share of violence, attack on harmless civilians and political tension, this is not the Guinea we want now and certainly not the Guinea we want for our children, threat to your peace is a threat to regional peace”, he added.  
 
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