Guinea-Bissau needs US$3.5 million to make the legislative elections of June 4 possible and is waiting for the international community to mobilize this amount, sources linked to the electoral process told Lusa.
Sources in the Guinean government admitted to Lusa the existence of "this deficit" but recalled "the country's effort" that allowed supporting, so far, 70% of all estimated funding for the elections.
On Monday, the government, represented by Deputy Prime Minister Soares Sambu, the National Elections Commission (CNE), and international partners discussed, in a steering committee of the electoral process, the issue of the budget . . .
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