Mali: Reform or Relapse

TitelMali: Reform or Relapse
Typ der PublikationReport
Publikationsjahr2014
AutorInnenN.N.
Untertitel / SerientitelInternational Crisis Group Africa Report N°210
Pagination49pp.
InstitutionInternational Crisis Group
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A year after the beginning of the French intervention in Mali, constitutional order and territorial integrity have been restored. However, the north remains a hotbed of intercommunal tensions and localised violence as both French and UN forces struggle to consolidate security gains. Expectations for President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta (IBK) run very high. He is supposed to help elaborate consensus for the future of the northern regions as well as implement reforms to strengthen state institutions. It is time for his government to act beyond declarations of intent. An easy mistake would be to revamp, in the short term, the clientelist system that brought former regimes to a standstill. While the president cannot overhaul the state in a few months, the urgent need to stabilise the situation should not detract from implementing meaningful governance reforms and a truly inclusive dialogue on the future of the country. The opportunity to do so should not be missed. Full Executive Summary in EnglishFull Report in French

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