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Death of former President Ibrahim Boubacar Qaida

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The former Mali leader, who was ousted by the military in 2020, died at his home in Bamako on Sunday, his family said. From 2013 to 2020, Ibrahim Boubakr led Qaeda Mali.

Former President of Mali Ibrahim Bhopal Geeta, Who led Mali between 2013 and 2020, died at his home in Bamako on Sunday, January 16, AFP learned from his family.

“President IBK (Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta) passed away at his home in Bamako at 9am (GMT and local) this morning,” his family member told AFP.

This information was confirmed by several family members. Ibrahim Boubacar Qaeda, who was elected President of Mali in September 2013, was ousted by the military in August 2020.

The cause of death was not specified.

Mali, which has already been mired in a serious security and political crisis since the eruption of separatist and jihadi uprisings in 2012, faces more severe sanctions. Egovas.

Under alpha Omar Konare, the first president of Mali’s democratic era (1992-2002), Ibrahim Boubakr Qaida, a so-called leftist, enjoyed a meteor shower. It is noteworthy that he was Prime Minister from 1994 to 2000.

He made an unhappy pretense in the 2002 presidential election, seeking his revenge in 2013 by accessing the Koulouba Palace, the residence of the Malian president in Bamako.

He will be re-elected in 2018 against Soumala Sisse, who was again the Leader of the Opposition, and he died in December 2020 of Govt-19.

The coup that overthrew him in August 2020 continued for a second time in May 2021. The governing council, headed by Colonel Azimi Koida, announced its intention to rule the country for several years as it was determined to hold presidential and assembly elections on February 27. Citizens should be allowed to return to power.

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With AFP