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Thousands of people are taking part in new mobilizations in Bamako to demand the resignation of the President of Mali

Thousands of people again took to the streets of the Malian capital Bamako and other cities in the country on Tuesday to demand the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita after the main Malian opposition movement appealed again.

According to Malian broadcaster Studio Tamani, the protests have partially paralyzed the capital, with shops being closed and public and private services being suspended due to calls for civil disobedience.

The security forces have also maintained an important mission in various parts of Bamako, particularly around Koulouba, the Presidential Palace and the three bridges that connect the capital to the surrounding area.

Thousands of people are taking part in new mobilizations in Bamako to demand the resignation of the President of Mali
Thousands of people are taking part in new mobilizations in Bamako to demand the resignation of the President of Mali

Movement leader, June 5 – Patriotic Forces Grouping (M5-RFP), prominent Imam Mahmoud Dicko, called on Sunday for a “general mobilization” that would imply the closure of shops from noon in the face of US protest late to order to receive “the resignation of Keita and his regime”.

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