Thousands of opposition supporters have been marching in Guinea’s capital, Conakry, in a protest against President Alpha Conde.
They are calling on the president to respect an agreement signed last October to organise local elections.
The polls have been postponed numerous times since they were last held in 2005.
Many protesters also said they were worried that Mr Conde would change the constitution to allow him to run for a third term in the elections due in three years’ time.
One of the protest’s organisers told the BBC’s Alhassan Sillah:
The people of Guinea have decided to come out in these massive numbers today to give a yellow card to President Alpha Conde and his regime who have failed the people.
The red card will come in the next march on the other side of town. This regime calls us street boys and delinquents forgetting that it was through our struggles that democracy was won for this country.”
Opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo has been tweeting from the demonstrations: