Guinea’s military junta, which took power last week, has announced a toll-free number for civilians to report any abuses by the security forces.
The number 100 is available to all telephone operators in the country.
The junta announced a four-day consultation programme with different groups starting Tuesday.
The meetings are set involve religious leaders, civil society groups and business people among other groups.
In the past, the junta had said it was committed to the transition process.
A mission of the West African regional group Ecowas met the junta on Friday and said that the deposed President Alpha Conde was in good health.