When does the next election take place in Mali?
Posted October 14, 2018 08:51:18President Ali Bongo, who won elections in 2015, is still in office.
He has been reelected on February 28, 2019.
However, with less than one month until the new elections take place, the new president has already announced a number of new measures.
First, he announced the appointment of a special envoy to monitor Mali.
The country’s new president also appointed a minister of interior to coordinate the efforts of the country’s interior and security forces to maintain peace and security in the country.
The new minister also pledged to make improvements to the security of the southern and northern regions of Mali.
He also announced a series of measures to strengthen law enforcement agencies in the southern region, including the creation of new units to improve the effectiveness of law enforcement and security agencies.
On October 13, the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a resolution urging the Government of Mali to implement the mandate of the Mali Crisis Commission to ensure the safety and security of civilians, in line with the mandate issued by the United States, the European Union and the United Kingdom.
The resolution calls on all parties to respect international humanitarian law, respect international human rights law and respect human dignity, including sexual and gender equality, including ensuring that all persons in conflict are afforded the protections that are afforded by international humanitarian and human rights standards.