This year, Mali, which has just experienced a coup, is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its independence. An opportunity for France24 and RFI to review the country’s ambitions, achievements and challenges. Journalist Alain Foka gathered five emblematic guests in Bamako to take stock of these six decades and discuss future prospects.
Our guests :
– Khadija Maïga, geopolitician
– Ibrahima Tamega, spokesman for Youth in the Convergence of Republican Forces (CFR) and President of the Civic Movement
– Fasso Denw, former leader of the Mali Association (AEEM)
– Nouhoum Sarr, Chairman of the African Development Front (FAD), member of the Front for the Safeguarding of Democracy (FSD) and M5
– Master Soumy, rapper
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