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In a press release which reached us, Adema-PASJ expressed concern about the socio-political situation. Full Text.

The Adema-African Party for Solidarity and Justice (Adema-PASJ) learned with great astonishment of the economic and financial sanctions taken against Mali following the extraordinary summits of the Uémoa and the ECOWAS, on January 9, 2022 in Accra, Republic of Ghana.

These extremely serious, even excessive, sanctions decided by regional organizations will further weaken our country, which is faced with a multidimensional crisis and will risk jeopardizing all the common efforts deployed to alleviate the suffering of the peaceful populations in Mali in particular and in the sub-region in general.

Faced with this situation, Adema-PASJ expresses its deep concern and calls on all parties to resume dialogue as soon as possible, to show restraint, avoiding any posture of escalation of tensions in the region and to exacerbation of the crisis which will only endanger the lives of millions of innocent people.

ADEMA-PASJ urges the authorities of the transition to create the conditions for accelerating the return to democracy and normal constitutional order in Mali, by following the path of seeking consensus, unity and gathering around Mali.

Also, he recalls that the political legitimacy of any decision in this transition period is based on the inclusive nature of the project. This is why Adema-PASJ has, in very good faith, participated in the National Assembly for Refoundation, with the sole aim of saving the country and contributing to the success of the transition, in accordance with its commitments for a responsible and sincere support.

ADEMA-PASJ urges the Transitional Authorities to draw up a realistic electoral timetable and to take steps to validate it with all the political and social forces in the country.

This timetable must, of course, be accompanied by a specific strategy for securing the elections, not to be confused with the sovereign and permanent missions of securing the entire national territory: the objective being to ensure the return to the entire national territory of the administration and internally displaced persons in conditions of dignity. This will be a unifying electoral timetable, capable of dissipating political divisions and which must not exceed a period of one year.

Adema-PASJ invites ECOWAS to be more understanding, given the complexity of the national situation, and to support Mali in safeguarding the solidarity that characterized the creation of our common regional organization.

The African Party for Solidarity and Justice reaffirms its sincere and sustained support for a successful transition and for the stability of the country.

The Adema-African Party for Solidarity and Justice calls on all socio-political actors for a national leap, for mobilization and consultation in a patriotic spirit in order to defend the democratic achievements of the Malian people and allow a return fast to the normal constitutional order.

Finally, Adema-PASJ salutes the efforts made by the member countries of ECOWAS, UEMOA, the AU and the international community to support our country in its fight against terrorism, for the development and the development of the Malian populations.

Bamako, January 11, 2022

The Executive Committee

President

Pastor Marimantia DIARRA

Officer of the National Order

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