What country is Bissau in?
The West African sovereign state of Guinea-Bissau covers an area of 36,125 square kilometers. The estimated population of the country is 1,815,698. The country has a coastline on the Atlantic Ocean to the west.
Guinea-Bissau borders Guinea to the east and south, while the northern borders are shared with Senegal.The capital of Guinea-Bissau is Bissau.
What Kind Of Government Does Guinea-Bissau Have?
Politically, Guinea-Bissau is a republic in which there are three branches of government: executive, legislative and judicial. The President and the Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau serve as the head of state and government of the country, respectively, the President appoints the nine judges of the Supreme Court of the nation to head the judicial branch of the national government. The unicameral parliament of the government is called the National People’s Assembly and consists of 100 elected members.
What is Guinea-Bissau called now?
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Where in Africa is Guinea-Bissau?