CNN) -- A military junta that toppled Guinea's government announced its new leader Wednesday in a nationwide radio address.
Capt. Moussa Dadis Camara wrapped in the Guinean flag Wednesday.
1 of 2 Capt. Moussa Dadis Camara declared himself president of the National Council for Democracy, which he called a transitional body that will oversee the country's return to democracy.
In effect, that would make Camara president of Guinea, which was thrown into turmoil Monday after the death of President Lansana Conte.
Camara also declared a curfew from 8 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. local time.
Guinea's parliament is holding negotiations with the military, Africa News reporter Mamdou Dian Donghol Diallo told CNN.
"For the time being the situation is calm and negotiations are under way," Diallo said. "There is no traffic. Everyone is staying inside their homes."
Camara, previously the spokesman for the National Council for Democracy, suspended the government, constitution, political parties and trade unions, Diallo said from Conakry.
The newly formed government, made up of 26 military personnel an
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