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Analiza: Trzy rządy wojskowe Afryki Zachodniej podpisują traktat konfederacyjny
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said on Sunday that the region almost experienced worsening insecurity after junta-led Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali made clear that they intend to leave the bloc by signing a confederation treaty.
VOA’s Linord Moudou speaks to Gnaka Gervais Lagoke, a professor of African Studies at Lincoln University about the move.
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the eoas leaders approved a decision to mobilize a 5,000 strong Regional standby counterterrorism Force for more insight into the implications of the decision by the three sahal nations to leave eoas I am joined in the studio by nyaka lag professor of African studies at Lincoln University in the state of Pennsylvania Professor lag welcome to the program thanks very much for having me so what do you make of uh the two Summits that took place over the weekend first uh AES the alliance of s State and Then followed the next day by echas what do you make of some of the decisions that came out of him I think that uh you know to go quick and fast it shows uh the division of approaches uh in the region about those who are aspiring to get more sovereignity and those who still want to be in the status quo and uh uh we know that the EAS did not handle properly uh the situation in ner as they wanted to put together a force to go and dislodge at the Jun that came to power through a bloodless schol so e was willing to shed blood in order to restore democracy uh so that was something that many people thought was not the right way to approach it and now they have decided to leave n Mali and B B but what what does it say about uh what is happening now when they say they have now a coalition what will be different from um the regular uh coal uh I guess collaboration that they had six months ago when they created the alliance now they say it’s going to be uh Confederation what does this mean no so you you know you have to see that there are three levels here an alliance a Confederation and a federation so when is a federation like the United States we have one government it can be a federal government but when there is a confederation it means that the countries are autonomous or the independent but the presidents of you know this institution of of the three countries are going to work with like within a closer cooperation which is different from an alliance so it means that there is a step it is a step forward toward into a gr a closer and greater integration so let’s see how they will do it because the most important thing is not to Express the creation of the Confederation but it is about meeting the needs of the people and the first one is to resolve the issue of energy and electricity in Mali in n and in buas but the pledge to support each other against outside threats and internal security can they find success by doing it alone or will will a divided Sahel make regional challenges even more difficult no but at least uh they’re doing something thing that was not happening they one because you know most countries in Africa particular that region they they’re facing a common threat terrorism so you cannot fight terrorism alone because they’re fighting a common threat so they need to come together and pull the energies and the resources together so it’s a good way because uh don’t forget it they are looking for The Sovereign security or the sovereignty of the security quickly France had an and we know what is happening between the three countries and France very briefly what what do you make of it listen uh I am smiling uh because maon is in difficulty and then he’s facing uh because he was uh I don’t want to use like a harsh word but he overestimated himself and then history we record him as somebody on whose watch our friends lost Africa okay Mr Professor inakala thank you so much we appreciate your time thank you very much and that was uh Professor nyaka he’s a professor of African studies at Lincoln University

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the eoas leaders approved a decision to mobilize a 5,000 strong Regional standby counterterrorism Force for more insight into the implications of the decision by the three sahal nations to leave eoas I am joined in the studio by nyaka lag professor of African studies at Lincoln University in the state of Pennsylvania Professor lag welcome to the program thanks very much for having me so what do you make of uh the two Summits that took place over the weekend first uh AES the alliance of s State and Then followed the next day by echas what do you make of some of the decisions that came out of him I think that uh you know to go quick and fast it shows uh the division of approaches uh in the region about those who are aspiring to get more sovereignity and those who still want to be in the status quo and uh uh we know that the EAS did not handle properly uh the situation in ner as they wanted to put together a force to go and dislodge at the Jun that came to power through a bloodless schol so e was willing to shed blood in order to restore democracy uh so that was something that many people thought was not the right way to approach it and now they have decided to leave n Mali and B B but what what does it say about uh what is happening now when they say they have now a coalition what will be different from um the regular uh coal uh I guess collaboration that they had six months ago when they created the alliance now they say it’s going to be uh Confederation what does this mean no so you you know you have to see that there are three levels here an alliance a Confederation and a federation so when is a federation like the United States we have one government it can be a federal government but when there is a confederation it means that the countries are autonomous or the independent but the presidents of you know this institution of of the three countries are going to work with like within a closer cooperation which is different from an alliance so it means that there is a step it is a step forward toward into a gr a closer and greater integration so let’s see how they will do it because the most important thing is not to Express the creation of the Confederation but it is about meeting the needs of the people and the first one is to resolve the issue of energy and electricity in Mali in n and in buas but the pledge to support each other against outside threats and internal security can they find success by doing it alone or will will a divided Sahel make regional challenges even more difficult no but at least uh they’re doing something thing that was not happening they one because you know most countries in Africa particular that region they they’re facing a common threat terrorism so you cannot fight terrorism alone because they’re fighting a common threat so they need to come together and pull the energies and the resources together so it’s a good way because uh don’t forget it they are looking for The Sovereign security or the sovereignty of the security quickly France had an and we know what is happening between the three countries and France very briefly what what do you make of it listen uh I am smiling uh because maon is in difficulty and then he’s facing uh because he was uh I don’t want to use like a harsh word but he overestimated himself and then history we record him as somebody on whose watch our friends lost Africa okay Mr Professor inakala thank you so much we appreciate your time thank you very much and that was uh Professor nyaka he’s a professor of African studies at Lincoln University

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