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Mali faces a turning point as the country prepares for legislative poll

Incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta will be Mali's next president but an unremarkable first term, and a flawed election, could put a dent in his legacy

Mali’s election: An imperfect success story

Despite the ever-present threat of conflict and violence, the country can be proud of its fragile stability

Empty voter booths and election abuses for Mali

A low turnout and vote abuses has marred elections meant to complete Mali's democratic transition.

Mali polls mark first steps to recovery after military coup

Mali's parliamentary elections, which takes place amid an upsurge in violence by rebels, mark the country's steps to recovery after a coup last year.

Malians defy threats to vote in new leader

Malians were preparing on Sunday to defy Islamist death threats and vote for a president expected to usher in a new dawn of peace and stability.

Clock ticks as Mali scrambles to organise upcoming elections

Mali is hurrying to organise key elections in less than 40 days following a ceasefire deal between the government and separatist Tuareg rebels.

Mali Tuaregs and Bamako on brink of election deal

Mali's rebel Tuaregs are ready to sign a deal that would pave the way for nationwide polls but interim authorities have demanded further amendments.

Mali sets date for presidential election

Mali's presidential election will be held on July 28, according to a draft law adopted by the Cabinet.

Traore says Mali will be ready to vote in July

Mali's interim president has reassured international partners that the country will be ready to hold democratic elections by July as promised.

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