Monday, December 11, 2023

Mali Postpones Presidential Election Planned For February

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The presidential election planned for February in Mali has been postponed “for technical reasons.

The transitional government announced this on Monday.

The junta cited the updating of the electoral roll and problems with a census database following a dispute with the operating company as reasons.

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A new election date is to be announced at a later date.

The military had seized power in Mali more than two years ago and the timetable for the transition has been delayed before.

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A constitutional referendum planned for February 2023 was not held until June and local elections planned for June have still not taken place.

The Country’s security situation is reportedly bad in the north and centre of Mali.

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