Mali interim president can be soldier or civilian - rapporteur

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Participants in talks about Mali's political future agreed on Saturday that the interim president could be a soldier or a civilian and that the transitional period would last 18 months, said rapporteur Moussa Camara, the spokesman for the talks. (Reporting by Paul Lorgerie; Writing by Aaron Ross; Editing by Pravin Char)

Reuters September 13, 2020 00:11:02 IST
Mali interim president can be soldier or civilian - rapporteur

Mali interim president can be soldier or civilian  rapporteur

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Participants in talks about Mali's political future agreed on Saturday that the interim president could be a soldier or a civilian and that the transitional period would last 18 months, said rapporteur Moussa Camara, the spokesman for the talks.

(Reporting by Paul Lorgerie; Writing by Aaron Ross; Editing by Pravin Char)

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