The video broadcast on social networks lasts less than 10 minutes. Looking serious, Captain Ibrahim Traoré addresses the politicians and leaders of civil society organizations he has met November 10 and 11. There are well-known faces of the Burkinabè who have, for years, participated in the management of state power.
Clément Sawadogo of the People’s Movement for Progress (MPP of former President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré), Zéphirin Diabré, veteran of Burkinabe politics at the head of the Union for Progress and Change (UPC), former Prime Minister Luc Adolphe Tiao, Tahirou Barry of the Movement for Change and Rebirth (MCR) who once ran for the supreme office, or even Ablassé Ouédraogo, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, presidential candidate in 2015 and founder of the party Le Faso differently… Some have their arms crossed, others – notebook and pen in hand – listen l’air sheepish.
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