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The leader of the Malian junta appoints by decree the members of the commission that will draft the new Constitution

The leader of the Malian junta appoints by decree the members of the commission that will draft the new Constitution

June 30. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The leader of the Malian military junta, Assimi Goita, has appointed by decree the members of the commission that will be in charge of drafting the new Constitution, which will be submitted to a referendum in March 2023 as part of the extension of the process of transition opened after the coup of August 2020.

The decree, collected by the Malian news portal Malijet, states that the body will be made up of 25 people and headed by the former Secretary General of the Government Fousseini Samake. It is expected that the new Magna Carta will be submitted to a referendum on March 19 of next year.

The Malian transition authorities proposed on Tuesday a calendar that contemplates that the parliamentary ones be held between October and November 2023, with the presidential ones in January 2024, after a new extension of the open transition in 2020.


The board announced in April the implementation of a two-year transition plan that will supposedly lead to elections, after delays in the transition process, which contemplated holding elections in February this year.

Goita led a coup against Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in August 2020, after which the military junta appointed a transitional president and prime minister, although both were overthrown in a second coup in May 2021 that finally elevated the coup leader to the post of transitional president.

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