The Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS is talking tough.
The regional bloc says it’s ready to impose targeted sanctions against those it deems responsible for blocking the implementation of a deal, to resolve a political crisis in Guinea-Bissau.
The former Portuguese colony’s parliament has not sat over a year, amid a dispute between rival factions.
This includes supporters of President Jose Mario Vaz and those of former Prime Minister Domingos Simoes Pereira.
The parties agreed to a deal, following talks in the capital of neighbouring Guinea Conakry last year, but key aspects have not been respected.