In a press release, signed by its president the Honorable Souleymane Dembélé, dated Tuesday, September 13, 2022, the Demain C’est Aujourd’hui (DCA) party welcomes and supports Mali’s complaint against France to the United Nations Security Council. -United, and calls on all Malians to “sacred union around this fight for dignity, patriotism and reaffirmation of our sovereignty under the impetus of the Transitional Authorities”.
“The Tomorrow is Today Party has learned, through the press, of the referral to the UN Security Council by the Transitional Government for the purpose of holding an emergency meeting on the facts of violations of sovereignty and aid to terrorist groups against Mali. The Party Tomorrow is Today welcomes and supports this initiative of the authorities of the Transition”.
The young a DCA political party whose motto is: “patriotism, unity and work” and the slogan: “Together for a restored Mali”, launches a vibrant appeal to the entire political class and to civil society “for the ‘Sacred union around this fight for dignity, patriotism and reaffirmation of our sovereignty under the impetus of the Transitional Authorities and the leadership of HE Colonel Assimi GOITA, President of the Transition, Head of State’.
Likewise, the DCA party believes that “the opportunity is offered for us, the new generation, to accomplish our generational mission and better still, to succeed in it for posterity”.
Consequently, through the voice of its president, the Honorable Souleymane Dembélé, the DCA party “urges the worthy sons of the country to constitute a rampart to defeat all the skilfully orchestrated disastrous undertakings of enemies within and without, in these trying times.”
Finally, adopting the well-known adage in our country, the Honorable Souleymane Dembélé reminds the most skeptical: “At the time of death, there is no hope for life and at the time of life, no of hope for death”
As a reminder, Mali, through the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdoulaye Diop, sent correspondence to the United Nations Security Council on August 16, 2022, in which it requests a meeting of urgency about the situation in his country.
In its correspondence, Mali accuses, with documented evidence, the French force Barkhane “of providing information and weapons to terrorists, via air vectors to terrorists”.
Similarly, he denounces, “the Barkhane Force uses, despite the denunciation of the defense agreement which bound the two countries, air vectors such as drones, military helicopters and fighter planes to hinder the activities of the Malian army”.
In any case, for the moment, the UN Security Council is delaying following up on this complaint by a developing country against France, which holds a right of veto at the United Nations.
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