The president of Burkina Faso will ‘resign’ after several coups, presenting 7 conditions before fleeing
Burkina Faso president ‘resigns’ – The BBC reported on October 3 on the progress of the political conflict in Burkina Faso after the army double coup September 30, that Captain Ibrahim Traore The head of the military coup, who declared himself the new leader, said: Lt. Col. Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba The President officially resigned from his post.
There are 7 conditions related to ensuring the safety of you and your partner. Including fulfilling the promise of returning the executive power to the people within 2 years, Captain Traore accepted the offer and announced that all parties were silent.
After supporters of the coup gathered to protest against the fire outside the French embassy in Ouagadougou, angry at the news that Lieutenant Colonel Damiba had sought refuge in a base in France. And intending to take revenge, however, it is reported that Lt. Col. Damiba has escaped.
The African Union (AU) issued a statement calling on the Burkina Faso army to return power to the people as soon as possible. He denied that the coup d’etat was unconstitutional and grossly inappropriate.
As the country is in the midst of a transition from a coup to democratic elections, Burkina Faso’s military has previously said it needed a double coup because the government was unable to resolve the terrorist crisis.