In Guinea, leaders of the coup that overthrew president Alpha Conde have made available to the population a toll-free number to denounce and report any abuses by security forces.
The number 100 is available to all telephone operators in Guinea.
The junta announced a four-day consultation programme with different groups starting Tuesday.
The meetings will involve religious leaders, civil society groups and business people among other groups.
A mission of the Economical Community of West African States (ECOWAS) met the coup leaders on Friday and said that the deposed President Alpha Condé was in good health.