April 12, 2024

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The African Union considers the conditions of President Mohamed Bassum’s detention “unacceptable”.

The African Union considers the conditions of President Mohamed Bassum’s detention “unacceptable”.

The African Union Commission Chairperson, Moussa Faki Mahamat, made the disclosure on Friday, August 11 “His Deepest Concerns” On that day “Collapse of Barriers” Niger’s president-elect, Mohamed Bazoum, judgment “Inadmissible” He was treated by a military junta that removed him from office on 26 July. The president expressed his “firm support” for decisions taken by the Community of West African Nations on Thursday to mobilize armed forces to “restore constitutional order” in Niger. Follow our life.

The European Union also expressed its opinion “deep concern”. President Bassum’s fate worries Brussels, which “Deterioration of Detention Conditions” Nigerian president-elect. Politician and his family “According to the latest information, we will be without food, electricity and maintenance for several days”EU diplomatic chief Joseph Borrell responded on Twitter. “There is no justification for such treatment.”, he adds. he demands “Their immediate and unconditional release”.

ECOWAS uses its “Standby Force” to restore constitutional order. For now, the President of the ECOWAS Commission, Omar Touray, has not disclosed the number of men in the force, their countries of origin and their current location. The officer, further, reaffirmed “Continued commitment to restore constitutional order through peaceful means”. France has indicated that it supports “all decisions” of ECOWAS.

Washington A “A Peaceful Solution to the Crisis”. Washington is supporting the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) after it decided to deploy its “standby force” to resolve the crisis in Niger. “The United States appreciates ECOWAS’ determination to explore all options for a peaceful resolution to the crisis.”US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a statement on Thursday.

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