Goodluck Jonathan Arrives Bamako For ECOWAS Assignment
Former President of Nigerian, Goodluck Jonathan has arrived in Bamako, Mali for ECOWAS assignment.
The mediator of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for Mali, arrived in Bamako on Monday afternoon, official sources told PANA.
The two-day visit is a follow-up on the Conference of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government on Mali held in the Nigerien capital, Niamey, months ago.
According to the programme of the visit, the delegation will hold talks with the Malian transitional authorities, as well as with politicians and civil society before meeting with the press.
Jonathan will meet with Malian Prime Minister Moctar Ouane.
The ECOWAS mission is also expected to deal with other thorny issues of the life of the nation with the transitional authorities, particularly the holding of the future general elections, institutional and constitutional reforms.
The mission comes several months after the president and the vice-president of the transition were sworn in, as well as after the establishment of the transitional organs.