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Choguel Kokalla Maïga

Date of Birth: 2 April 1958
Place of Birth: Tabango, Mali


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    Vol 63 No 10 |
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Bamako's junta forces hard choices

Prospects for the deployment of an AU force are not helped by difficult relations between Bamako and Ecowas which has imposed tough sanctions to pressure Goïta and his prime minister Choguel Maïga into agreeing to a shorter transition to democracy...


Macronisme on trial – at home and abroad

Niger's President Mohamed Bazoum welcomed the cut which was condemned by Mali's Prime Minister Choguel Maïga as 'abandonment in mid-flight' after which France and other EU states pulled Barkhane and Takuba out of from Mali as trust was lost (AC Vol 63 No 4 France moves out of Mali)...


    Vol 63 No 7 |
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Goïta's junta cracks down mercilessly

In late 2021 Issa Kaou Djim was stripped of his position as fourth vice-president of the Conseil national de transition given a suspended six-month prison sentence and fined 500 000 CFA francs after he criticised Prime Minister Choguel Maïga on social media...


Sectarian killings surge as French troops leave

But the abrasive Choguel Maïga the current premier has fiercely criticised the Algiers deal chafing at the Mali army's absence from Kidal the historic centre of secessionist fighters (AC Vol 62 No 14 Paris makes up with the junta)...


Danger looms for the UN in Mali

In front of diplomats in February Prime Minister Choguel Maïga accused Minusma of using aircraft to spy on FAMA bases (AC Vol 62 No 20 Toxic relationship in the Sahel)...

Buoyed by apparent gains made by the Forces Armées Maliennes (FAMA the armed forces) and Wagner elements in recent months in central Mali Prime Minister Choguel Maïga has in recent weeks lauded the growing strength of the national forces...


Alliances come under heavy fire

Mali's ties with Moscow date back to the authoritarian Moussa Traoré presidency and have been continued by the current prime minister Choguel Maïga a vocal critic of France and defender of security ties with Russia...

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Bazoum prepares to fight on two fronts

It is a difficult sell domestically where public opinion – as right across the Sahel – has been enthused by Mali's junta leader Col Assimi Goïta and the populist-nationalist rhetoric of his premier Choguel Maïga in defying France...


The coup-makers win the first round

That reminds both sides of President Emmanuel Macron's fury after Bamako's prime minister Choguel Maïga told the UN that France had abandoned Mali 'in mid-flight'...

Col Goïta and Foreign Minister Abdoulaye Diop have avoided Choguel Maïga-style rhetoric while defending their regime's sovereign right to work with the international forces of its choosing...


    Vol 62 No 23 |
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Meeting Moscow, battling Brussels

Prime Minister Choguel Maïga remains defiant hosting traditional leaders from around the country who compliantly backed a prolongation of the transition...


Elysée tries to reset history

Malian Prime Minister Choguel Maïga repeated his accusation that Paris is acting unilaterally in pulling out of their bases in northern Mali while two Algerian students resigned from a youth panel the Elysée had set up to advise on how to remember colonial rule and their country's independence war (AC Vol 62 No 20 Toxic relationship in the Sahel)...


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