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World: Mali: The "attempt at removal" of the opponent "Poulo" Indigns its political allies

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In Mali, Housseini Amion Guindo says "Poulo" accuses the transitional authorities for trying to have it removed. Within the exchange framework he chairs and which includes a vast majority of the main political parties Malian, the concern and astonishment dominate.

former Minister and Chair of the Political Party Exchange Framework and Consolidations of Political Parties for a successful transition, which opposes the authorities on, in particular, the lengthening of the duration of the transition, Housseini Amion Guindo explained to RFI Having received information about an attempt at removal, or rather extrajudicial arrest, orchestrated by the highest authorities.

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hidden somewhere in Mali, he claims to have evidence and promises to make them public soon. At this stage, neither the Presidency nor the Primature wished to respond to these accusations. But his political companions were quick to share their consternation. "If it is proven, it's very serious," says Marimantia Diarra. If he recalls the few elements available on this case at this stage, the President of the Adema shares his "amazement", his "disappointment", and calls the transitional authorities to "inform the national opinion and international to understand what is happening. »

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" odious act "

" It's disturbing! "Continues Moussa Mara from the Yelema party. "Housseini AMION GUINDO claims that he has evidence: he has to produce them and holds a complaint," the former Prime Minister, who wants a survey to be put in place "to know the possible sponsors and bring them to justice ". "Take himself to him, concludes Moussa Mara, does not have anything good for the coming times.

Abidina Karembe, from the Asma Party, makes his "indignation" in the face of "this odious act", incompatible with a rule of law.

The former minister, probable future candidate for the presidential elevation, promises to soon reappear "to cope". "Who benefits from all this? Finally wonders Abidina Karembe, who also asks the authorities to shed light on this event.

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