The Civil Society Organizations of Guinea-Bissau considered the attack against Fransual Dias, a member of the Council of State and leader of the Social Renewal Party (PRS), a "criminal and barbaric act."
"It is another criminal act, barbaric, like others that have happened and we had opportunities to denounce," said Bubacar Turé, vice president of the Guinean League of Human Rights.
The leader of the PRS and member of the Council of State, Fransual Dias, was today at dawn the victim of a shooting attack on his residence that culminated with his car being set on fire.
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