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MALI: The Constitutional Court publishes the final legislative results.

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On Thursday 30 April 2020, the Constitutional Court published the final results of the second round of the general elections on 19 April.

It is now official, the Constitutional Court has published the final results of the legislative Mali. 147 Mps were elected after two rounds of the election.

Of course, the party in power comes first but without a large majority with 51 of the 147 members.

The ruling party, Rassemblement pour le Mali (RPM), had ten seats, four in Bamako, the capital, two in Kati and four in the south.

The list led by the political party led by Blaise Sangaré of the presidential mobility, the CDS (Convention sociale démocratique) prevails in the south at Bougouni.

Of course, the party in power comes first but without a large majority with 51 of the 147 members. He had to contend with his allies, notably the Adéma-PASJ party, which occupied the second position with at least 22 seats.

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The Union for the Republic and Democracy (URD), the main opposition party with as leader Soumaïla Cissé, kidnapped in the north of the country while he was campaigning, now more than a month ago, comes to the third position. Beside the podium and timidly, we note the remarkable victory of Assarid Ag Ibarcaoune who regains his seat lost in 2013 and Moussa Mara, a former Prime Minister.

       

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