Guinea-Bissau, a small nation in West Africa, has undergone various political transitions since its independence from Portugal in 1973.
Known for its rich culture and biodiversity, the country has faced political instability challenges and has witnessed multiple coups.
The African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC) has played a significant role in the nation's history, leading the liberation movement against Portuguese colonial rule.
The nation has been working towards establishing a more stable political environment in recent years, with international bodies like the United Nations monitoring its progress.
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