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the west African nation is facing a dangerous showdown just a month before we closed to have an election to restore democracy , so the only arrived in Ouagadougou overnight the presidential guard did not fight them but they're still concerns about Clinton's showdown between acute side to avoid that there'd been negotiation between the Cuban and no crime at a break here in fact the presidential guard has ignored and ultimatum issued by the army that morning the army said this time around there by ten A. M. or else , the mood in the capital at the moment is when it intense apprehension people are worried about a showdown which would pick the presidential guard against the regular army presidential guard had about one thousand three hundred men and the army at least ten thousand the presidential guard and better armed and better trained it could be a blood bath people say , this division between the presidential guard and the military goes back to the clearing at a glance Campari who led the country for twenty seven years he was ousted last year with the legacy of the presidential guard which protected him for so long remains since then the transitional government has been trying to reform the presidential guard even to dissolve it presidential guard understandably has resisted gastronomic the questioning survival the other issue that it caused pensions between the two sides is the question of who can stand in an October vote plans in the country the transitional government disqualified many candidates for the presidential guard for