Presentation of greetings to the press: When ADEMA respects tradition

For several ADEMA-PASJ officials, a political platform is in the making to satisfy the electoral ambitions of the solitary bee party. The red and white party would be in advanced discussions with the grouping of the Exchange Framework of political parties and groups for the return to constitutional order.

Facing the press to present the wishes of the party, the president of ADEMA-PASJ wanted to be determined to go to the next elections, with optimism. Not without sharing the many challenges facing the country. “Adema must endorse all these concerns and think about proposing solutions to Malians, so that our platform, which is in the making, can be the winning platform for future electoral contests”, underlined Pr Marimanthia Diarra.

According to certain sources, the red and white party is preparing to forge a major electoral alliance with, in particular, parties from the framework of exchanges of parties and groups for a successful transition, which has become a framework of exchanges of political parties and groups for the return to the constitutional order. This alliance could also include the URD, which has just left the Front for the Safeguard of Democracy (FSD). And these parties all demand that the elections be held according to the defined timetable. “We hope that the elections, which have been announced, will be held on the date as indicated in the official timetable which has been published”, underlined Prof. Marimantia Diarra, no less an influential member of the CNT, the legislative body of the Transition.

It is in this sense that, on the issue of the elections, the possible political allies urge the power to go to the essentials, as if to say “who embraces too much, embraces badly”! “…It is important to go to the essence of the elections which are the presidential and legislative elections”, indicated the president of ADEMA-PASJ. Not without concealing a form of “marginalization” of political actors in the management of subjects of great concern to the Nation. “Political formations remain the lifeblood of democracy, their exclusion from debates on the essential issues that affect the destiny of Mali unquestionably disorients citizens”, he noted..


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