The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has suspended Mali enrollment following the capture of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and Prime Minister Boubou Cisse.
The choice is coming in the midst of celebration in Mali after soldiers kept the president.
ECOWAS in an announcement on Tuesday additionally shut outskirts of its part states’ with the nation.
The statement read in part: “Also all financial flows between its fifteen members and Mali will be suspended.
“Mali is also suspended from its decision-making bodies.
“It called on the ECOWAS commission to impose sanctions on the “putschists and their partners and collaborators.”
It provided details regarding Tuesday that Mali president, Ibrahim Boubacar and Prime Minister Boubou Cisse were captured by Malian soldiers.
Revolutionary warriors gathered together senior government and military officials in Kati town and somewhere else.
A huge number of residents were seen during the capture cheering the ouster.
Groups are jubilating at Independence Square in Bamako, Mali, and different spots.
For almost three months, shows requesting Keita’s renunciation were held.
Dozens lost their lives, a situation that worsened the crisis.