President Bah Ndaw, Prime Minister Moctar Ouane and Defense Minister Soulemane Doucoure have all been moved to a military base in Kati (Kati) outside the capital Bamako.
President Bah Nadav (File Photo)
Military officers in Mali took custody of the interim government’s President, Prime Minister and Defense Minister on Monday. In this way, political upheaval has arisen once again in the country. Significantly, last year, the former President was removed from the post by doing military coup in the country. A new government was recently formed in Mali, located in the continent of Africa. People are considering the custody of the people who hold the three most important posts in the country as a military coup.
Diplomatic and government sources said that President Bah Ndaw, Prime Minister Moctar Ouane and Defense Minister Soulemane Doucoure all took him to a military base in Kati outside the capital Bamako. Has been moved. Sources said that two hours before this incident, the government reshuffled the posts, in which two members of the army lost their posts. It is believed that both these people can have a hand in this ‘coup’.
Al-Qaeda and IS occupy large areas of the country
The three were detained in August following the military coup of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. This incident of military coup is expected to intensify the chaos in the West African country. Large areas of Mali are already occupied by terrorist organizations such as Al Qaida and Islamic State. Western powers and neighboring countries have extended a helping hand to help this poor country, but political instability and military incursions have complicated the aid efforts. Due to this, regional insecurity has arisen in the area.
The international fraternity demanded the release of the leaders
The United Nations Mission in Mali has called for the immediate and unconditional release of all three people. The mission said that those detained by the leaders will have to answer for their actions. A delegation of ECOWAS, the top regional decision-making body, will visit Bamako on Tuesday to help resolve the coup, ECOWAS, the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union and several European countries said in a joint statement. It said that the international community in advance rejects any act imposed by coercion, including forcible resignation.
So military coup to withdraw post!
After the military coup in August, Bah Nadav and Moctar Owen were given the opportunity to form an 18-month government to establish civilian rule in the country. But it seems that he took steps against military control by taking several key positions. A senior former Mali government official said that it was a big mistake to remove those who were involved in the military coup. They can have only one purpose and that is that they want their posts back. However, it is not yet clear what the army wants. A military officer in Kati said that this was not a military arrest.
The upheaval has been going on since 2012
Kati’s military base is notoriously famous for ending the reign of Mali leaders. Last year too, the army brought President Kita to Kati and forced her to forcibly resign. Earlier, the government of Keita’s predecessor Amadou Toumani Tore was also demolished here after an uprising in 2012. Since that incident, upheaval has continued in Mali. After the fall of Torre’s government, an ethnic Tuareg rebellion began to occupy the northern two-thirds of the country. Al-Qaeda soon took the rebellion into its own hands. Since then, al-Qaeda has been occupied by a large part.
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