US News Mali: The recommendations of the Cédéao mission to the transition authorities
Reportage. After the petroleum era, Scotland gets green
© Julien Marsault, Hans Lucas a mother enjoyed the St Fittick Park, in the Torry district, Aberdeen (United Kingdom), April 21, 2021 . Independentists in power make the energy transition from the region one of the flagship points of their campaign before the Thursday elections. Report in Aberdeen, the good student of the wind. to several hundred meters from the beach, on a clear horizon, is drawn a row of wind turbines.
The monitoring mission of the Economic Community of West African States (Cédéao) in Mali ended Sunday, May 9th. Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and his delegation, for four days, met with the Malian authorities, the political class and civil society to evaluate the road traveled since the coup of August 18. They mentioned tracks to meet the 18-month period set for the organization of presidential and legislative
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© AFP / Pascal Guyot of Malian soldiers carry men suspected of belonging to Islamist groups, north of Gao, February 8, 2013. two of the three civilians accused of flying, and amputated each of a foot and one hand by presumed jihadists last weekend, near the locality of Ansongo (North) arrived this Monday in Gao, chief town of the region to receive care in the hospital. They are accused of having poised and stripped Malian civilians in the north.
with our correspondent in Bamako, Serge Daniel
after listening to different points of view on the political situation of Mali, the mission From Cédéao has invited the Malian authorities to quickly engage in reflection on several points. General Francis Béhanzin, the gentleman peace and peace and security of the ECOWAS and member of the delegation confirms: "To the authorities of the transition to quickly think of the consensual implementation of an election management body. To see the priority reforms that could be engaged, because 18 months is very little. It is only eight months. So, it's a priority hierarchization.
A Bamako, policies and civil society members believe that the duration of the transition must not exceed the 18 months planned. There are also those who wish to take the time it takes to order the country before organizing the elections.
For its part, the M5 protest movement that participated in the fall of former President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, rather claims the dissolution of the Government and the body who plays the role of National Assembly to revive the process.
Bundestag: More Bundeswehr soldiers to Mali .
in West African Mali are active Islamists. At the same time, migration routes run through the country. Therefore, Germany also strengthens its commitment in the country and extends the mandates for the missions. © Getty Images / a. Koerner German soldiers on patrol in Gao Since the beginning of the mission in the West African Mali in 2013, nearly 250 soldiers and employees came to life.