MALI: Goïta calls for urgent meeting
29.07.2021 The National Transitional Council (CNT) will meet on Friday, July 30, 2021 in an extraordinary session in Bamako, Mali capital. Although this special session does not appear in the work calendar of the parliamentary body of the Transition, the President of the Transition took the initiative in the face of the urgency of the moment.
Such a request also responds to the promise of its Prime Minister, Choguel K. Maïga, to present his Government Action Plan in six weeks.
“We have proven that when there is the political will, the determination and especially when you know where you are going, and why you are here, nothing is impossible,” said the latter.
Indeed, it was the holder of the Executive, Colonel Assimi Goïta, who called, through a note, the session with a very specific agenda. This is called the “Government Action Plan Review” (PAG).
On Thursday, July 22, this Government Action Plan covering the period of the nine months remaining before the end of the Transition was presented by the Prime Minister during an extraordinary Council of Ministers. According to the press release issued by the said Council of Ministers, it is designed around 4 axes following the missions assigned to the Transition by its president. Thus, in axis 1, it is a question of “strengthening security throughout the national territory”, then the adoption of “political and institutional reforms”, of the Organisation of general elections, in axis 3 , and finally, the “Promotion of good governance and the adoption of a social stability pact”.