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New Delhi: In Mali, the military seized power nine months ago in a military coup. The West African Regional Division (EQWAS) and other members of the international community have issued a joint statement demanding the immediate release of President Bahana’do and Prime Minister Moktar Owen. The two leaders were taken to a number of military headquarters. African bush viper: African bush viper bites San Diego zoo staff for caring for venomous snakes
Those who signed the joint statement demanded that Mali’s political system be restored immediately and that it expire within the stipulated time frame. “The international community opposes all measures, including the forced resignation,” the statement said. This arbitrary decision today will prevent Mali from supporting him in the future. “
Whether the current government will be able to work independently in the future and move ahead with the plan for the democratic elections scheduled for February next year in Mali has given rise to a new concern. The United Nations spends 1.2 billion a year on Molly’s peace campaign.
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