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Moussa Mara

Date of Birth: 2/3/1975
Place of Birth: Bamako


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    Vol 59 No 15 |
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Electoral déja-vu

Diarra's passion for education appeals to the young, as will the support of another former Prime Minister, Moussa Mara, who decided to go to Kidal in May 2014 to demonstrate the state's complete sovereignty over its territory...


Strains on the front line

On the opposition side, former Prime Minister Moussa Mara and the official opposition leader, Soumaïla Cissé, have taken to touring the country in an effort to show they understand that Mali is more than just its capital...


    Vol 59 No 1 |
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Wanted: change and security

A second round is therefore a virtual certainty, probably pitting Keïta against either Soumaïla Cissé or Moussa Mara...

Moussa Mara is the youthful former Prime Minister who made history when he made his ill-fated trip to the northern town of Kidal, which remains in armed opposition hands (AC Vol 55, No 11, IBK ducks the blame for Kidal)...


    Vol 58 No 2 |
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The South fails the North

The Bamako media buzzes with speculation about a potential presidential challenge from onetime IBK protégé and premier Moussa Mara – perhaps with a bid for mayor of the Bamako metro-conurbation as a career way-station, and helped by the cultivation of influential religious figures...


    Vol 57 No 19 |
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Instability goes national

SBM took responsibility for the disastrous loss of the Saharan town of Kidal to Tuareg separatists in May 2014 and resigned as Defence Minister, though many lay the blame on the President, IBK, and the then Prime Minister, Moussa Mara (AC Vol 55 No 11, IBK ducks the blame for Kidal & Vol 55 No 12, Ripples from Kidal)...


    Vol 57 No 1 |
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Tough people, weak leader

Moussa Mara, Prime Minister for nine months until January 2015, is pressing for the regional polls to go ahead...


EU ups security demands

President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta is failing to take a strong political lead or resist the clannish family and vested interests that convinced him to dismiss his already weakened, modernising Prime Minister, Moussa Mara, in January...


    Vol 56 No 13 |
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A peace deal, against all odds

Then, the army, without alerting the French military or UN peacekeepers, attacked the rebel MNLA's positions during a visit by the then Prime Minister, Moussa Mara (AC Vol 55 No 12, Ripples from Kidal)...

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    Vol 56 No 1 |
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IBK on the back foot

Back in Bamako, Prime Minister Moussa Mara has plans to divide Mali into 23 or 24 regions, based on traditional communities and under directly elected governments...


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