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Vol 53 No 12

Published 8th June 2012


Mali

Sanogo ponders compromise

There are signs the coup leader, if not his radical civilian supporters, may be moving to restore constitutional rule

Captain Amadou Haya Sanogo has begun to distance himself from his hardline radical supporters and could well be on the road back to accepting constitutional rule. Sources in Bamako say the interim Prime Minister, Cheick Modibo Diarra, may have encouraged him in this direction.

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