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Guinea-Bissau’s parliament is scheduled to reopen before the end of this month, following a historic legislative election in June. For the first time in the country’s history, the parliamentary majority will be held by a coalition of opposition parties. While this may be a positive sign for democracy, it is a risky situation in a country known for its coups d’états. FRANCE 24’s correspondents Aminatou Diallo, Mbaye Ndir and Sam Bradpiece report.