The West African country is gridlocked: parliament hasn't convened, the country hasn't passed a budget, and people aren't being paid. Thousands of people have taken to the streets to demand the resignation of President Jose Mario Vaz .
For two years, parliament and Guinea-Bissau’s government have been at loggerheads. Meanwhile, frustration is rising among the people as public infrastructure falls apart.
Guinea-Bissau's president has named a new prime minister following the dissolution of the sitting government. The troubled African country's administration has been paralyzed by a crisis over leadership succession.
Reliable data on many African countries simply isn't available - not even for their governments! Why? It costs too much!
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