Finally, the massacre of September 28, 2009 perpetrated under the junta of the National Council for Democracy and Development (CNDD) will be elucidated under the magisterium of another junta, the National Rally Committee for Development (CNRD). Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya made it a point of honor, ordering its opening no later than the date of the commemoration of the 13e anniversary of the events, i.e. September 28.
If the Minister of Justice, Alphonse Charles Wright, announced on RFI its “probable” start on September 26, no official date has yet been set. And at a press conference on September 6, the Minister Secretary General to the Presidency, Colonel Amara Camara, clarified that a delay of a few days could not be excluded. But the momentum seems irreversible.
In Guinea, the hope of justice is reborn among the victims of the massacre of September 28, 2009
In recent days, the office of the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in Conakry sent a mission to take stock of the progress of preparations for the trial. The construction of the seat of the jurisdiction to this in the precincts of the Conakry Court of Appeal (in Kaloum), is completed. All that remains is to finish son furnishing.