Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has proposed a four-pillar national trade union agreement to end the protests of an opposition sector led by Imam Mahmud Dicko while restoring peace and peace belongs to the community.
The President turned to the nation again on Wednesday evening to repeat his offer “to create a national Union government open to all sensibilities – majority, opposition, civil society -” and to defend the need to “draw up an agreement” national union politician “, which would run until 2023 and would be structured around four basic axes.
The first would be “to pacify and ensure the security of the country’s full extent,” a job he recognized will “be endless, but the point is not to allow any further span of our territory and to pull the enemy away move “to achieve this” Mali in particular and the Sahel in general are not becoming the new world sanctuary for terrorism. “
In this sense, Keita recognized that it is “essential” to “dissolve all self-defense militias in order to complete the process of disarmament, demobilization and reintegration resulting from the peace agreement with the Tuareg insurgents” and “to accelerate the effective return of the state” in the central and northern regions “most affected by violence.