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The duration of the transition in Mali has been set at 24 months, announced Monday evening the Minister of Territorial Administration and government spokesman, Colonel Abdoulaye Maiga.

“The duration of the transition in Mali is set at 24 months, starting March 26, 2022, in accordance with article 22 of law n ° 2022-001 of February 25, 2022 revising the Charter of the transition”, has he said, reading a decree signed by the President of the transition, Colonel Assimi Goïta.

At the summit of the Conference of Heads of State of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in March 2022, held in Accra, Ghana, the sub-regional organization indicated that “the authorities of transition in Mali have proposed a timetable of 24 months, i.e. two (2) years in addition to the 18 months already elapsed without concrete results”, while regretting the “unavailability of the president of the transition to physically honor the invitation which was made to meet with the Summit in order to seek a solution to the current situation”.

ECOWAS decided during an extraordinary summit, held on Saturday June 4, 2022, in Accra, to “maintain the sanctions imposed on January 9, 2022 [au Mali]to continue the dialogue with the aim of reaching an agreement allowing the gradual lifting of the sanctions, as the stages of the transition timetable are carried out”.


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