Officially the Republic of Guinea Pigsball Guineaball is a country ball in Africa. Often times, some people would call him "Guinea-Conakryball" because there are other Guineas in the world. Guineaball has into Ebola with Sierra Leoneball and Liberiaball

Guinea is a republic. Directly elected by the people, the president is the Head of State and Head of Government. The unicameral National Assembly of Guinea is the legislative body of the country, and its members are directly elected by the people. The judicial branch is led by the Guinea Supreme Court, the highest and final court of appeal in the country.

Guinea is a predominantly Islamic country, with Muslims representing 85 percent of the population. Guinea's people belong to twenty-four ethnic groups. French, the official language of Guinea, is the main language of communication in schools, in government administration, in the media, and among the country's security forces, but more than twenty-four indigenous languages are also spoken. Guinea also has good relationships with the Atlantic–Congo languages family.


The land that is now Guinea belonged to a series of African empires until France colonized it in the 1890s, and made it part of French West Africa. Guinea declared its independence from France on 2 October 1958. Since independence until the presidential election of 2010, Guinea was governed by a number of autocratic rulers.