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Mali A charter for an 18-month transition adopted

A charter was adopted for an 18-month transition in Mali. After three days of consultation with leaders of political groups and civil society, the committee that toppled power last month agreed to an 18-month transitional government. On September 12 in Bamako, Moussa Camara, spokesperson for the talks announced the various...
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ECOWAS 57th submit in Niamey focused on Mali

Niamey in Niger welcomed the 7th of September the ECOWAS the west African leaders. They talked about the situation in Mali, the organization asking the nomination of a civilian president before September the 15th. Other subjects discussed: regional security still under the terrorist pressure, the Covid-19, and the free trade...
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Mali Failure of the ECOWAS mission

The protest movement in Mali rejected the crisis exit plan proposed by the ECOWAS emissaries. In a press release, the M5-RFP affirms that "the solutions proposed by the ECOWAS Mission absolutely do not correspond to the aspirations and expectations expressed by the M5-RFP and carried by the overwhelming majority of...
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Guinea “4th largest exporter of Energy in ECOWAS” (Minister)

"Our country has become the fourth largest energy exporter in ECOWAS, after Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana... We were recently in Abidjan at a meeting of energy ministers, it was a great pleasure for us that our country is recognized as an energy exporter," said Guinean Energy Minister, Cheick Taliby Sylla,...