for the Prime Minister for the transition, the elections do not


Transitional Minister Choguel Maïga met with diplomats accredited in Bamako. He made them the state of the nation by asking for their help to help his country during this period. But he also touched on the rest of the process and his priorities.

as reported from Bamako, Serge Daniel

In front of foreign diplomats, the Malian Prime Minister Choguel Maïga clearly indicated that his government’s priority is first and foremost the organization of the National Assises. These meetings will begin, at the base, in a few weeks before a major meeting with all the living forces of the nation of Bamako. “We do not need a sloppy transition,” he said during the meeting.

He then followed up, without giving too much detail, his plan. And they must be set in stone, he said.

A difficult deadline It is only after these stages that the elections will take place. And no date yet. If lThe election was held at the end of February 2022, it is difficult to see how they can be kept because the process was not started to respect the conditions, the measures required to comply with the law.

How will the Malian Prime Minister succeed in convincing? Political parties, and among them heavyweights, have already announced that they will not participate in National Assises and believe that the priority for the transition team is to organize elections at the end of February 2022 as planned.


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