AU calls on Mali's military junta to appoint civilian leaders - Africa Feeds

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The African Union (AU) has said that Mali’s military junta should rapidly choose regular citizen pioneers who should then deal with a 18- month progress towards races.

The AU Peace and Security Commissioner Smail Chergui says a re-visitation of non military personnel rule is critical for Mali.

West African pioneers have been not able to agree with military pioneers of Mali who did an upset a month ago to bring down the administration of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.

This is the fourth upset in the West African state since it picked up freedom from France in 1960.

During talks in Ghana’s capital Accra, ECOWAS pioneers couldn’t convince the warriors to hand over capacity to a non military personnel government right away.

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The pioneer of Mali’s junta, Col Assimi Goita, just as agents from the United Nations and African Union likewise joined in.

The administrator of the territorial coalition stated, Ghana’s President Nana Akufo Addo told columnists that “We have not reached any agreement with the military junta.”

The Ecowas intervention group is required to venture out to Mali in the coming days to keep on pushing for results.

Mali has just been hit with authorizations and ECOWAS is trusting the political emergency can be settled rapidly so endorses can be lifted.

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“We need a civilian leadership of the transition and we have also made it clear that the minute that leadership input is in place…the sanctions…would be lifted,” President Akufo Addo said.

Ecowas pioneers neglect to agree with Mali junta