The former Malian Prime Minister of the transition, Moctar Ouane, said he was under surveillance, as did the former transitional president, after receiving a delegation of personalities.
After the forced seizure of power by Colonel Goïta, the former Malian transitional Prime Minister Moctar Ouane and President Bah Ndaw have been placed under house arrest since the end of May, the date of the new putsch.
On Monday, as he was leaving his home, the former prime minister was the subject of a warning message circulated among the security forces, and when he returned home he found members of these security forces in his yard, said a member of his entourage. He had also received a delegation of personalities in the Malian capital.
Moctar Ouane and Bah Ndaw, were arrested on May 24 after a second coup d’état signed by the military which was presented by the military as a necessity and a resignation. They have remained discreet since their forced eviction and their exit.
The country is in the grip of a great economic, security, and political crisis, coupled with a confidence with the people.