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Canada Mali: mediators outraged by appointments to the Ministry of Reconciliation

15:25  27 november  2020
15:25  27 november  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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After the appointment of many soldiers at the head of the regions, the appointments of Marcelin Guenguere, chief of staff, and Sékou Allaye Bolly, project manager, within the Ministry of National Reconciliation are controversial.

A "monumental error". For this Malian association engaged in intercommunity mediations for years, Marcelin Guenguere and Sékou Allaye Bolly are "not the right people" at the Ministry of National Reconciliation. Notably because Marcelin Guenguere is the former spokesperson for the Dogon militia Dan Na Amassagou , involved in numerous bloody attacks in the center of the country.

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"They are very badly placed to reconcile communities"

Elected deputy of Koro, in the region of Mopti, last April, Marcelin Guenguere marked the spirits by his ultra-violent rhetoric in speeches delivered during his electoral campaign or, later, within the hemicycle itself, in particular with regard to the Peuls.

A researcher specializing in inter-community conflicts however recalls the commitment of Marcelin Guenguere, in the summer of 2019, when he took a stand against the military wing of his militia, for the signing of a peace agreement between Fulani armed groups and dogons in Macina.

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As for Sékou Allaye Bolly, a businessman, he made himself known by trying to incite the young Fulani jihadists of the Center to lay down their arms. Among the many Malian researchers and mediators interviewed, some described him as a militiaman, others as a mere instrument of the authorities. All believe in any case that his word carries little weight within the Fulani community, and even less among the combatants, whether they are jihadists or militiamen.

Last month, Colonel Ismaël Wagué, one of the perpetrators of the coup d'etat last August , had already been given the portfolio of National Reconciliation. "This ministry is now managed by soldiers and militiamen who are party to the conflict," said a mediator from central Mali. They are therefore very poorly placed to reconcile communities. "

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