Mali's Junta Settles for 18-Month Transitional Govt

Mali's military junta, which staged a coup last month, has agreed to an 18-month transition government. The coalition that led anti-government protests before the coup raised objections against a military interim president. Spokesperson Moussa Camara said the interim government would either be led by a military officer or a civilian. Leaders from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which imposed economic sanctions after the coup, will meet to discuss the situation in Mali.


Protesters in Bamako opposed to President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita of Mali welcome his outster in a military takeover.

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