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On 2 August, the Parliament of Guinea-Bissau unanimously adopted a law that aims at ensuring the minimum 36 percent representation of women to be respected in elections or appointments to the National People's Congress and equality between men and women.

Highlighting the importance of the upcoming legislative elections in Guinea-Bissau, the top United Nations official in the country reiterated the importance of “far-reaching” reforms to prevent a relapse into political and institutional instability.

The Parliament of Guinea-Bissau today, 2 August, unanimously approved a law to ensure a minimum quota of 36% of women’s representation to be respected in elections or appointments to the National Assembly and Local Governments, with a view to achieving parity.

On 24-27 July the Military Adviser of UNIOGBIS in partnership with the General Staff of the Guinean Armed Forces conducted a training on communication for about 60 staff of the military. The event took place at the Armed Forces Club in Bissau and aimed to share good relationship practices between society and the media and to improve the dissemination of information on the activities of the Armed Forces.

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