The President has resigned as a result of public pressure.
Bah Ndaw, Mali’s interim president, and Moctar Ouane, Mali’s prime minister, have both resigned.
Mali’s interim Vice President, Assimi Goita, made this known in a statement released on Wednesday, according to a report by the Nigerian News Agency, NAN.
They resigned, according to Goita, for breaking the transition charter.
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Recall that the military seized the two and Defense Minister Souleymane Doucouré on Monday night. They were transferred to the Kati Military Camp, which is located near Bamako, Mali’s capital.
The development occurred months after ex-President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita was deposed in a coup.
In response, UN Secretary-General António Guterres issued a statement demanding the leaders’ immediate release.
The detention of Mali’s temporary President, Bah Ndaw, and Prime Minister, Moctar Ouane, was also criticised by the Nigerian government in a statement released.
Ferdinand Nwoye, the Nigerian Foreign Affairs spokesperson, expressed concern that the action could jeopardise peace efforts and the timeline for the return of democratic rule in Mali.
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