In addition to establishing an interim government, the Charter specifies that the members of the Transitional Council (it serves as provisional parliament) will not be able to compete for public office in the upcoming elections, whose date has not yet been set.
It also details that said Council will be made up of 81 members of partisan organizations, unions and members of the security forces, among other entities.
The Charter also contemplates that the new interim Executive will have a civilian prime minister, who will be appointed by Dumbuya himself at the proposal of the head of the government.
The current political process is headed by the so-called National Committee for Reconciliation and Development, an organization that represents the military junta in power.
Local media reported that the Transition Charter, which will give way to a new Constitution, was released after the ruling body consulted with various sectors of the country, including businessmen.
On the 5th of this month, a group of soldiers carried out a coup in Guinea, ousting the constitutional president Alpha Condé. A few days later, the Economic Community of West African States and the African Union suspended Guinea as their member and demanded the return of constitutional order.