The President of Mali constitutional court dismissed
The President of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, announced on Saturday a dissolution of the constitutional court in an attempt to appease major civil unrest in the African country, writes Reuters.
The court was at the center of dispute for several months, as he canceled the preliminary results of the parliamentary elections, prompting protests in several cities.
According to the Agency, some of the nine members of the court has resigned, and one of them died.
According to the President, the dismissal of the other members will help Mali to begin to implement the recommendations of the Economic community of West African States (ECOWAS), which calls on the government to reconsider the election results and hold new.