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A spokesperson for the M5 says the group will not participate in the transitional government. A committee of businesses and civil society groups signed an open letter expressing frustration with the pace of the transition and the military’s dominance in the process. (Le Temps)

By Adam Ragozzino

Adam Ragozzino is a Boston-based analyst who has worked as a research and policy analyst in the US. Currently, he is an independent consultant and runs Acies Lumen, LLC, a fledgling geopolitical research firm. He writes about international affairs and conflict with a particular focus on Africa. When not chained to a desk or under lockdown, you can find him riding or skiing in the northeast US.

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