The management of the Prime Minister, Dr Choguel Kokalla Maïga has not been unanimous for some time. A disavowal which is dependent on the discriminatory remarks made by him. Instead of bringing him to his senses, his own party blindly supports him. Blind support, which in the eyes of well-informed observers, risks bringing down the Prime Minister before his time.
Don’t we say that ”one cannot be judge and party at the same time”. A saying forgotten or trampled on by the Prime Minister’s party. The MPR, which is supposed to advise its president, wants to support him in mistakes. Mistakes, Choguel made by inviting a political branch to mobilize to win the upcoming elections.
However, the role of the Prime Minister especially of the transition is to play neutrality. Instead of playing neutral, Choguel is campaigning for a camp. Anything that casts doubt on the sincerity of the upcoming elections. Instead of advice so that the Prime Minister returns to better feelings, his party is playing blind defense. He qualifies the party groupings as a framework for exchange of parties or political groupings for a successful transition, the Yèlèma party and the Adema of all names considering them out of phase with the vision of the people.
Yet this vision of the people remains equality, clarity, transparent management of affairs among others. It is at this price alone that Dr Choguel will emerge victorious from his time as Prime Minister. Anything that is not defended by Choguel taking sides. Is it a political revenge that is taking shape? Hard to say. A movement that is fought against the old regime.
The MPR also chose as an argument the fact that these parties do not agree with the choice of Choguel as Prime Minister. Nothing to do with the Prime Minister’s slippage. What is important and which must be defended by the MPR remains neutrality, it is a job well done. ”The MPR, at all times since the advent of democracy, has participated in the elections with mediocre marks.
Today bombarded Prime Minister, we seek opportunities for revenge, as a politician says in anonymity. This analysis seems to be justified because it is obvious that we cannot organize elections and take sides until they are put on stage. One supports to support because the Prime Minister comes from our camp, such seems to be the game of the MPR. A game that turns out to be serious and complicated, especially when you know that this blind support from your loved one, or from your interest, which has led Mali to drift.
All presidential camps must avoid this mistake made by the IBK regime. Support to support, support on errors, support to defend its interests, these are among other unorthodox behaviors indulged in by the MPR. “If your friends don’t tell you the truth, then pay your enemies so that they tell you,” an adage from home that the Prime Minister’s camp must not forget, especially the MPR of Dr. Choguel Kokalla Maïga.
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