Catégorie : POLITIQUE

(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 22, 2020 President of the CNSP (National Committee for the Salvation of the People) Assimi Goita (2nd L) prepares for a meeting between Malian military leaders and an ECOWAS delegation headed by former Nigerian president, in an aim to restore order after the military coup in Bamako. Mali strongman Assimi Goita on May 25, 2021 forced out two transitional leaders who had been appointed following a coup in August 2020, and promised that elections would be held in 2022. In a statement read on public television, Goita said President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane had been stripped of their duties for seeking to "sabotage" the transition, which would "proceed as normally, and the scheduled elections will be held in 2022." / AFP / ANNIE RISEMBERG

Présidentielle au Mali: Une éventuelle candidature de Assimi Goïta agite la classe politique

La nouvelle loi électorale, y compris dans sa version amendée par les membres du CNT, pourrait permettre au colonel Assimi Goïta de se présenter à […]

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