In the spotlight: anger against Bankass in Mali

“In protest of the terrorist attack that killed more than 130 civilians over the weekend in the Bankas district of central Mali, the living forces in Bandiagara, made up of elected representatives, community leaders and civil society, launched an action of ‘civil disobedience’ yesterday. This is reported separately The software and Bamako. “Government and non-government services are closed for the time being.”

The living forces in the region condemn “the indifference of the authorities,” Le Soft continues, despite the various meetings held and the missions carried out to demand security for people and their property. Only health centers, shops and ambulances remain functional. The government, for its part, assured that all measures would be taken to prosecute and commit the perpetrators of these crimes, while reaffirming that the protection of people and their property remains “its absolute priority.” In a video posted on social networks, Le Soft reports, we can see the anger and the dissatisfaction in the faces of the people who express themselves, and demand from the Malian government more security so that the inhabitants of these places can conduct their business freely without fear for their lives. “

The Malian junta in charge of “Why this massacre?”, Wonders Mourya Niger’s voice, a newspaper close to the government in Niamey. “The unequivocal response indexes the responsibility of the military junta,” the Nigerian newspaper estimates. The reprisals were therefore overwhelming against the poor, while the zealots of the military junta wanted in vain to make the public believe that all the problems in Mali were the fruit of the sanctions imposed on the country by ECOWAS.

And Mourya raised his voice in the direction of the Malian junta: “by merging with a Russian private security company, in this case Wagner, instead of official agreements between states, were the Putschists in power unaware of the risks they were running for their country? By signing the death sentence for the G5 Sahel, the joint force that Mali formed with Burkina Faso, Chad, Mauritania and Niger, did Colonel Assimi Goïta and his lieutenants not know that they were playing terrorism? and the European Takuba forces to torture victims to be removed from Mali?

France: 17 Deputies of African descent Even on the front page, these new French deputies of African descent … Young Africa paints his portrait for us.

“Following the vote on 12 and 19 June, which largely changed the composition of the French national representation, new figures from the continent made their way into the Bourbon Palace and embodied a little more diversity in French society,” the Pan-African website states.

There are a total of 17 deputies: dual citizens, born in Africa or born in France to African parents, among them Rachel Keke (Nupes). against the Accor hotel group Karim Ben Cheïkh: also a candidate for Nupes, this Franco-Tunisian 45, a career diplomat, is the only candidate from the left who has won support from foreign French, representing the ninth constituency of French living abroad, which includes the Maghreb and West Africa.

We can also mention, among these new French deputies of African descent, Nadège Abomangoli, born in Congo Brazzaville, a former activist with SOS Racisme. Carlos Martens Bilongo, economics teacher, born in France to Congolese and Angolan parents. Or Farida Amrani, born in Morocco in 1976, arrived in France at the age of two ”.

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