- Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, Niger’s army-appointed prime minister, made an unannounced take a look at with to neighbouring Chad
- Zeine talked about he introduced a message of “unbiased true neighbourliness and unbiased true fraternity” from the head of Niger’s regime
- Niger has been in the explore of the storm since July as the energy impasse continues in the French-talking nation
N’Djamena, Niger Republic – Niger’s army-appointed prime minister, Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, has reiterated that his country is in the diagram of transition.
Zeine spoke when he visited neighbouring Chad on Tuesday, August 15. There, he met with President Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, Reuters reported.
Niger’s transitional PM speaks after Chad take a look at with
Zeine, a civilian appointed following the coup in Niger on July 26, handed Deby a “message” from his country’s army regime, a chronicle by the VOA also infamous.
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Zeine talked about:
“We’re in a course of of transition.
“We own now outlined the ins and outs, reiterated our willingness to dwell commence and to seek the advice of with all events, however now we own insisted on the need for the country to be self ample.
“We own now to explain it: it’s a sovereign country. We can own to quiet focus on with all companions who tag that.”
“Niger can thwart ECOWAS sanctions”, PM says
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Niger’s new prime minister, Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, made a genuine observation as he assumed a management feature.
In an interview released Monday, August 14, Zeine talked about Niger could well perchance be in a position to thwart sanctions imposed by the West African bloc, the Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS), in step with the coup, which took place on Wednesday, July 26, 2023.
Niger junta to arraign overthrown president
Legit.ng also reported that Niger’s army junta launched plans to prosecute deposed President Mohamed Bazoum for “excessive treason”.
Bazoum has been held in the basement of his palace for the reason that army staged a coup on Wednesday, July 26.
In an announcement on nationwide tv unhurried on Sunday, August 13, a spokesman for Niger’s army laid out the costs against Bazoum as “excessive treason and undermining the inner and external security” of the country.