UFDG

AcronymDefinition
UFDGUnion des Forces Démocratiques de Guinée (French: Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea)
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L'UFDG, qui plaide davantage pour le choix d'un operateur international qui, selon elle, sera A, exhorte l'opposition a faire bloc pour recuser le choix de la CENI.
The circuit with transistor widths of 25 nm was simulated for a fan-out of 4 (FO4) using UFDG device model.
Fossum, "UFDG MOSFET MODEL (Linux Ver.3.71)," SOI Group, 32611-6130, University of Florida Gainesville, Gainesville, Fla, USA, 2010.
Cellou Dalein Diallo of the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG) party received 43% of the vote; Alpha Conde of the Rally for the Guinean People (RPG) party received 18%; and Sidya Toure of the Union of Republican Forces (UFR) party received 13%.
Les declarations de l'homme politique, qui se dit A de l'UFDG depuis son exclusion de ce parti, sont faites quelques jours apres les explications fournies par le gouvernement et le comite de pilotage des evenements du 28 septembre au cours d'une conference de presse.
"We were coming back from a meeting of pro-UFDG women, which had been held at the presidential palace, when a group of people started throwing rocks at us," UFDG supporter Marietou Balde said.
However, Morifing Kaba, a RPG supporter, said the first stones were thrown by partisans of the UFDG.
Diallo and the UFDG are seen as relying primarily on an
Ces arguments sont balayes d'un revers de main par le principal parti de l'opposition, l'Union des forces democratiques de Guinee (UFDG), dont le leader, El hadj Mamadou Cellou Dalein Diallo, repete quotidiennement que vouloir changer la Constitution est synonyme de l'empecher a acceder enfin au pouvoir en 2020.
Interroge par la PANA, le depute Ben Youssouf Keita de l'UFDG estime que la nouvelle coalition de la mouvance presidentielle, qui a, en son sein, plusieurs membres du gouvernement, est A.
Cellou Dalein Diallo, the leader of the opposition Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG), and several other politicians were reportedly among those detained.
Today it's 55 per cent," Dalein, who became head of the opposition Union of Democratic Forces in Guinea (UFDG) in November 2007, said.