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Burkina junta leader: Security first before promised elections

  • The leader of Burkina Faso's military junta stated that elections will only be held when the security situation allows for it. He emphasized that the safety of all citizens is paramount before conducting any elections.
  • Junta leader Ibrahim Traore confirmed that improving security in Burkina Faso would take "two to three months" after assuming power. Earlier this month, a security pact was signed between Burkina Faso's military leadership and the neighboring juntas of Mali and Niger, indicating efforts to address security concerns in the region.
  • Despite previous commitments to hold elections in July 2024 to restore civilian rule, Traore stated that elections are not a priority at the moment. The focus appears to be on ensuring a safe and secure environment in Burkina Faso before moving forward with the electoral process.
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