Protesters burned down the office of the ruling party in the African country

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In the capital of Burkina Faso, protesters burned down the office of the ruling party “For Progress”

Протестующие сожгли офис правящей партии в африканской стране

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In the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, protesters smashed and burned the office of the ruling party “For Progress” (MRR). This is reported by the news portal Le Faso.

According to the portal, people who took to the streets demand the seizure of power by the military and the resignation of the president. At the moment, the African city is under the control of the defense and security forces.

The ruling party refused to comment without the permission of the head, the president of the Rock country, Marc Christian Cabore.

Earlier, on January 23, shooting was reported on the territory of two military camps in the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou. The shots were fired from machine guns and heavy weapons in the camp named after General Baba Sai and in the Sangule Lamizan camp. The government of the country has denied reports of the seizure of power by the army.

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