On her first visit to Bissau, in the context of a mission to several countries in the region, Rosemary di Carlo said she was happy to see that the presidential elections took place in a peaceful environment, “demonstrating the willingness of the Guinean people to exercise their civic rights, consolidate democracy and turn a new page towards political and institutional stability”.

After an intense 2019 with three electoral processes, parliamentary elections in March and two rounds of presidential election in November and December, Guinea-Bissau enters 2020 in suspense to know who will be the next president of the Republic.

The Network of Civil Society Organizations for monitoring stability-promoting reforms, through the political dialogue support project, organized a workshop on one of the capital hotels, a workshop on priority stability reforms disseminated in the regions.

To mark International Human Rights Day, celebrated every year on 10 December, UNIOGBIS in partnership with Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, the National Commission on Human Rights and the House of Rights (Casa dos Direitos) held a ceremony in the Government Palace in Bissau.