Guinea’s military leader has announced former civil servant Mohamed Beavogui as prime minister to oversee the transitioning of the nation to a civilian rule following the coup last month.

Leader of the coup, Mamady Doumbouya made this announcement on state TV late Wednesday in his capacity as interim president following his swearing in last Friday.

Beavogui, 68, served as U.N.’s Undersecretary-General in charge of the Pan-African Risk Management Mutual in New York and also is an expert in agricultural finance, sources say.

Guinea’s Junta has pledged to organize free, credible and transparent elections but it is yet to set when.

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