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What does TGNU stand for?

TGNU stands for Transitional Government of National Unity (Namibia; former government)


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The negotiating text for the multinational conference calls for establishing a transitional government of national unity, with full executive powers, that could include members of Assad's government and the opposition and other groups.
The transitional government of national unity, which is led by the parliamentary opposition, had submitted 11th-hour amendments on Friday reducing the scope of the amnesty offered to the president's aides following a public outcry.
Step forward' Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general, hailed the establishment of a transitional government of national unity as a major step toward consolidating democracy.
The current state of uncertainty and lack of legitimacy provide an environment conducive for escalation of ongoing corruption, lack of security, lawlessness and dictatorship In order to overcome these challenges and save the country from an eminent collapse and disintegration, JEM proposes an immediate formation of a transitional government of national unity (TGONU) with the following objectives: OBJECTIVES OF TGONU 1.
In the Herald article, Obediah Mukura Mazombwe, a pro-Zanu-PF academic, wrote: "The [ruling] party should allow MDC-Tsvangirai, now in virtual exile, to return home and freely negotiate its participation in a [Southern African Development Community-mediated] process that should lead to the establishment of a transitional government of national unity led by the incumbent president.
We urgently call for urgent direct talks between the ruling bloc and the genuine opposition parties for a transitional government of national unity involving all stakeholders, who had wanted to challenge Kagame has been in detention since June on charges of denying the 1994 genocide restricted, while the Green Party's deputy chief Andre Kagwa Rwisereka was murdered in July.
Summary: Rabat - The Kingdom of Morocco hails the decision announced, on Wednesday by Guinean interim President General SE[umlaut]kouba KonatE[umlaut], to immediately appoint a Prime minister from the political forces to lead a transitional government of national unity, a statement of the Moroccan Foreign ministry said on Wednesday.