The Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS) rejected the plan for a 3-year transitional authorities in Niger proposed by the army junta that seized energy on July 26.
Abdel Fattah Moussa, the commissioner for political affairs, peace and safety within the group, mentioned in an interview with the “BBC” channel that the transitional plan for 3 years in Niger is “unacceptable.”
Moussa identified that this proposal is nothing however a “smoke curtain” for dialogue and diplomacy.
Return energy to civilians
“The earlier the military returns energy to civilians and focuses on its core duties, reminiscent of defending Niger’s territorial integrity, the higher,” he added.
Yesterday, Sunday, the top of the army council in Niger, Abd al-Rahman Tiani, introduced that the transition to civil rule within the nation can be accomplished inside a most interval of three years.
Since final July 26, the Nationwide Council for the Safety of the Homeland in Niger has been holding President Mohamed Bazoum and members of his household after he was faraway from energy and the structure suspended.