Media reported in Mali today, Monday that 11 people were killed and 124 others injured in clashes during anti-government demonstrations in the capital, Bamako.

And the Nord Sud Journal website quoted medical sources as saying that 7 people died in "Gabriel Torre" hospital, while three people died from wounds in health institutions in the fifth district in the city, in addition to one in the sixth circle.

Against the background of the massive demonstrations that erupted in Mali weeks ago to protest the results of the parliamentary elections last April, which were announced by the Constitutional Court and met with opposition, the country's President Ibrahim Boubakeur Kita pledged yesterday evening Sunday to reform the Constitutional Court through a process of replacing new faces and partial amendments. It out.

During the last wave of demonstrations, which broke out on Friday, a number of demonstrators occupied a temporary occupation and partial damage to the building of a radio station, as they stormed the building of the National Assembly (Parliament).

In response to reports of the arrest of several opposition leaders, opposition supporters have erected road blocks.

Source: Agencies

By:Nadeemy Haded

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