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Oumar Mariko

Date of Birth: 4 February 1959

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Voters self-isolate

The firebrand left-winger Oumar Mariko will probably keep his seat (AC Vol 61 No 3 Putschist walks free)...

    Vol 61 No 3 |
  • MALI

Putschist walks free

Releasing Sanogo also makes political sense for President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta's ruling coalition as it steers him away from confrontation with southern-based populists and radicals like Oumar Mariko who see Sanogo as a hero in the 29 March parliamentary election...

    Vol 59 No 1 |
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Wanted: change and security

Opponents of the government like ex-foreign minister Tiébélé Dramé former Prime Minister Modibo Sidibé and Oumar Mariko the Secretary General of the Solidarité africaine pour la démocratie et l 'indépendance are likely to run but they will fail to convince a large enough part of the electorate (AC Vol 53 No 8 The north and south of it)...

    Vol 55 No 12 |
  • MALI

Ripples from Kidal

Bamako newspapers have also implicated maverick opposition politician Oumar Mariko...

    Vol 55 No 2 |
  • MALI

Serval’s birthday evokes mixed emotions

France's perceived refusal to move against the MNLA has played into the hands of groups such as Oumar Mariko's Mouvement populaire du 22 mars an opposition movement hostile to Serval (AC Vol 53 No 20 Come if you must)...

    Vol 54 No 2 |
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Taking the fight to the desert

His sympathisers in the vocal nationalist and anti-ECOWAS camp such as Oumar Mariko are also weakened and the target of bitter attacks in the Bamako press much of it politically sponsored...

    Vol 53 No 20 |
  • MALI

Come if you must

Among Ecowas’s fiercest critics have been former Culture Minister Aminata Dramane Traoré and a former student leader and founder of SADI Oumar Mariko (AC Vol 53 No 12 Sanogo ponders compromise & Pushing the putsch)...

    Vol 53 No 12 |
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Sanogo ponders compromise

Oumar Mariko outspoken leader of the Solidarité africaine pour la démocratie et l’indépendance the main political party backing the junta has decided he is safer in Morocco for now...

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