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Modibo Sidibé

Date of Birth: 7 November 1952
Place of Birth: Bamako, Mali


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    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 54 No 16 |
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Elections judged a success

Cissé and three other FDR candidates – Dramane Dembélé, Modibo Sidibé and Jeamille Bittar – called a joint press conference and cited reports that only 12% of the votes had so far been counted, far too few to project the outcome...


    Vol 54 No 15 |
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Wanted: a winner for all

Modibo Sidibé, standing for the Forces alternatives pour le renouveau et l'emergence (Far An Ka Wuli, FAR), was a technocratic Prime Minister, while Dramane Dembélé, candidate of the largest party, the Alliance pour la démocratie au Mali (Adema), once headed the national geological and mines service (AC Vol 49 No 13, Tough times)...


    Vol 54 No 10 |
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The rush to the vote

Former President Alpha Oumar Konaré, one of Adema’s founding fathers, has been uncharacteristically quiet during the national crisis but is said to be backing a solo run by ex-Prime Minister Modibo Sidibé...


    Vol 52 No 24 |
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Presidential poll wide open

Several politicians have either declared themselves or are expected to do so, including ex-Prime Ministers Soumana Sacko and Modibo Sidibé; the Chairman of Microsoft Africa, astrophysicist Cheick Modibo Diarra; and radical oppositionist Oumar Mariko...


    Vol 49 No 13 |
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Tough times

Prime Minister Modibo Sidibé, addressing a donors' conference in June, felt obliged to start by talking about the rebellion...


    Vol 48 No 9 |
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Politicians and their parties

In government, sensitive matters are in the hands of ATT's long-time confidant and cabinet director, Modibo Sidibé...


    Vol 46 No 12 |
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Soccer, Islam and hard times

The satirical Le Canard Dechaîné claims that the Prime Minister offered his resignation in late May, and that the President would replace him with the Secretary General of the Presidency, Modibo Sidibé, who was Foreign Minister under Alpha Oumar Konaré, at present Secretary General of the African Union...


    Vol 41 No 18 |
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Playing the offside rule

Now, Foreign Affairs Minister Modibo Sidibé is the younger brother of Premier Mandé Sidibé; Mandé is admired by Konaré but not by his wife, high-born historian Adame Bâ Konaré...


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