Un Weighs In on Burkino Faso Coup

Written by on 25 January, 2022

By: Zilungile Mkhize

The United Nations has condemned an attempted coup in Burkina Faso after the country’s president was reportedly detained following a insurrection by soldiers.

The UN’s Secretary-General, António Guterres, says he is deeply concerned by the situation in that country adding that any attempt to take over a government by the force of arms is unacceptable.

Bukina Faso’s military announced on national television that it has seized power and overthrown president Roch Kaboré. The group called Patriotic Movement has put in place an overnight curfew, stating that the government and national assembly were dissolved and the constitution suspended.

Guterres’ spokesperson, Stéphane Dujarric explains.

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Meanwhile, African Union Commission (AU) chief Moussa Faki Mahamat has called on the army to strictly follow their republican vocation, namely the defence of the country’s internal and external security.

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