Mali introduced a brand new authorities on Friday wherein key roles had been retained by military figures, in keeping with an announcement learn out on the nationwide broadcaster.
The announcement comes after Colonel Assimi Goita, who led a coup final month, was named transitional president on Wednesday and appointed a civilian as his prime minister.
Goita had already led a coup final August, when he and different military officers ousted elected president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita after weeks of mass protests over corruption and the long-running jihadist battle.
After the West African ECOWAS bloc imposed sanctions, the navy junta handed energy to a civilian-led transitional authorities, which promised to revive civilian rule in February 2022.
However Goita deposed its leaders on Could 24 over a authorities reshuffle that sidelined some officers concerned within the August putsch.
The second coup in 9 months sparked diplomatic uproar, with the African Union and the 15-nation Financial Neighborhood of West African States (ECOWAS) suspending Mali in response.
France, which has hundreds of troops stationed within the war-torn nation, additionally suspended navy cooperation with Mali.
The previous colonial energy adopted on Thursday by asserting that it might wind down its 5,100-strong Barkhane power that has battled jihadists within the Sahel since 2013.
Earlier, Goita had pledged to revive civilian rule within the poor nation of 19 million.
The colonel appointed a civilian prime minister on Wednesday, in step with worldwide calls for, and stated that he would stage elections subsequent February.
ECOWAS had been pushing for the prime minister, Choguel Kokalla Maiga, to type a authorities from an inclusive cross-section of Malian society.
In line with the assertion introduced on Malian tv, navy officers have obtained the strategic ministries of defence, safety and nationwide reconciliation.
Sadio Camara, one of many officers sidelined within the reshuffle that provoked the newest coup, was reappointed as defence minister.