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Bah N'Daw

Date of Birth: 23 August 1950
Place of Birth: San, Ségou Region, Mali

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Not letting go

After its initial overthrow of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta the junta replaced him with Bah N'Daw on 24 May and made Col...

    Vol 62 No 20 |
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Toxic relationship in the Sahel

Although French President Emmanuel Macron had held lengthy discussions with Sahel leaders – including Mali's then-President Bah N'Daw in January – the Malian Prime Minister claimed there had been no consultation over the decision (AC Vol 62 No 14 Paris makes up with the junta)...

    Vol 62 No 11 |
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Don't call it a coup

Instead of heading a new transitional government two of Mali's top three caretaker heavyweights President Bah N'Daw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane found themselves held in military headquarters on 24 May and out of work one day later...

France holds tight in the Sahel

Mali's 'transitional' administration under Bah N'Daw – installed after last August's coup – is trying to open dialogue at least with militant leaders purportedly motivated more by national or local concerns than extremist ideology...

    Vol 61 No 20 |
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Colonels concede – but not much

CompromiseManoeuvring between Ecowas's strident demands and those of the mass opposition Mouvement du 5 Juin-Rassemblement des forces patriotiques (M5-RFP) the CNSP came up with retired officer and former Defence Minister Bah N'Daw as President of the Transition and gave their own leader Goïta the job of Vice-President responsible for defence and security (AC Vol 61 No 19 Junta names front-man)...

    Vol 61 No 19 |
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Junta names front-man

The junta has named the 70-year-old former defence minister and retired officer Bah N'Daw as transitional president thus testing to the limit the absolute insistence of the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) that a civilian take the role...

Pushing out patronage

Last year Safiatou Ba N'Daw formerly of management consultants Arthur Andersen and of the World Bank took over the new Energy Ministry to oversee a big electrification programme...

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