Ms. Konte Fatoumata Doumbia suspends her participation in meetings until further notice

The Bamako International Conference Center (CICB), served as a framework on Sunday, October 10, for the holding of the work of the 2nd Ordinary Congress of the National Movement of Women of the Alliance for Democracy in Mali-African Party for Solidarity and justice (Adema-PASJ), coupled with the 4th ordinary congress of the National Youth Movement of the Bee Party. It was under the chairmanship of Prof. Tiémoko Sangaré, president of the party, in the presence of the outgoing president of women, several executives, activists, sympathizers, as well as representatives of parties friends of Adema.

The agenda of these meetings focused on the renewal of the governing bodies of the women’s and youth movements of the Adema party. At the end of this meeting, the outgoing president of the Women’s Movement, Ms. Conté Fatoumata Doumbia, was re-elected for a new term. As for the Youth Movement, Mohamed Chérif Coulibaly was elected new president. He replaces the late Lazare Tembely.

At the opening of the proceedings, the president of the Bee party, stressed that these meetings occupy an important place in their electoral agenda. The resulting bodies will, he stressed, their baptism of fire during the upcoming elections: legislative and presidential. Which will have to complete the transition period underway in our country.

“To win these democratic competitions, we can only count on your determination, your stubbornness and above all your sense of discipline for the strict application of the party’s instructions”, declared Prof. Tiémoko Sangaré. Before inviting the congress participants to “union” in order to carry the torch of their political formation.

He also recalled his party’s support for the transition and urged the participants to mobilize alongside the political and social forces engaged in the dynamic aimed at contributing to the success of this process.

Previously, a vibrant tribute was paid to the late Lazare Tembely, former youth president of Adema.


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