Mali : CMA, platform’s members call to speed up transitional authority’s setting up

The Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) and the members of the Platform of Mali called Monday, in Algiers, to the need to speed up the setting up of a “transitional authority,” in mutual agreement with all the sides for the implementation of the agreement for peace and reconciliation in Mali, stemmed from the process of Algiers.
In a statement to the press, following his meeting, alongside the representatives of the platform’s members, with Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra, the representative of CMA Mohamed Al-Mawloud Ramadane underlined “the need to speed up the setting up of a transitional authority” which represents one of the points agreed upon in the Agreement for peace and reconciliation, and “involves all the concerned sides,” in addition to ensuring “the management of security and administrative affairs for a period of two years as well as the organization of elections in the provinces of Azawad.”
He said that the objective of the “important” meeting held with Lamamra was to “discuss the main causes hindering the implementation of the essential points of the agreement for peace and reconciliation,” a year after its signing.
He called on “the international community and the international mediation led by Algeria to make further efforts to save the agreement,” lamenting that “the points included in this agreement were not implemented,” a year after its signing.

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