Meeting between PARENA and Minister Ibrahim Ikassa Maïga yesterday: The Tiébilé Dramé Party invites the authorities to abandon the Assises project of the refoundation

The Party for the National Renaissance (Parena) received at its headquarters last Tuesday, the Minister for the Refoundation of the State in relation to the Institutions, Ibrahim Ikassa Maiga. The discussions focused on the organization of the National Refoundation Meetings and the establishment of the single organ for the management of elections.

For the party of the white ram, the authorities of the transition must abandon these two projects and devote themselves to the essential: the restoration of constitutional legality and the fight against insecurity.

The Parena, after having made a reminder of the current situation considers that it is necessary to go to the essential. The exchanges between the two parties were fruitful and courteous.

The Minister for the Refoundation of the State and in relations with the Institutions explained to the officials of the Parena the reasons for the organization of the meetings and the establishment of the single organ for the management of the elections.

With regard to the “National Assizes of the Refoundation”, and especially the thorny question of the elections, the leadership of Parena reiterated the Party’s position, namely the inopportune and divisive nature of the meetings announced at a time when our country is facing challenges. more serious in particular the worsening of insecurity which is gaining ground. For Tiebilé Dramé’s party, the gravity of the moment requires the gathering of the country’s children to seek means to restore security and national cohesion.

The president of Parena, Tiebile Dramé took the opportunity of this meeting with Minister Maiga to invite the transitional authorities to completely abandon the foundation project of the refoundation, and to focus on the essentials, namely the restoration. constitutional legality and the fight against insecurity.

Regarding the single election management body, Parena recommended to Minister Maiga to continue the dialogue with all stakeholders, in order to find a minimum consensus for the holding of credible elections on the date indicated and strict respect for the transition deadline as set in the charter.

Let us recall that the Parena drew the attention of the transitional authorities through several press releases made public to inform national and international opinion on current issues.

The Minister of Refoundation and Relations with Institutions Ibrahim Ikassa Maiga was delighted with the atmosphere in which these exchanges took place, which in reality attest to the patriotism of Malians.

Seydou Diamoutene

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