start of work on institutional reform

Work on the Strategic Orientation Committee began on 19 April in Bamako. This new advisory body, set up on 31 March, aims to support the implementation and implementation of the political and institutional reforms planned by the transitional authorities.

as reported from Bamako, Kaourou Magassa

“It is true to say that without you nothing is possible, with you everything is possible.”

It is with these words that the Prime Minister, Moctar Ouane, wanted to show the importance of the role of the fifty people who make up this new strategic orientation committee.

Politicians, members of civil society, trade unionists, academics or even traditional and religious authorities from all sides are called upon to refine the authorities’ reflection on the methods and implementation of the announced political and institutional reforms. Mohamed Alhousseini Touré is the Secretary-General.

“The most important trends, the most important ideas, the most important contributions that can help the transition should be represented,” he stressed.

A desire for inclusion to find agreement and dispassate debates on election, security, social and economic issues that are defined as a priority in the government’s action plan for Malia’s transition.

“We are therefore actors in accelerating the pace of transition,” said Prime Minister Moctar Ouane, who insisted on meeting the deadlines set for an 18-month transition. And to do so, time is running out, as the legislative and presidential elections were announced on February 27, 2022.

Read also: ECOWAS completes its mission to assess the transition in Mali


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