Federation of Mali

The Mali Federation (Arabic: اتحاد مالي) was a federation in West Africa linking the French colonies of Senegal and the Sudanese Republic (or French Sudan) for two months in 1960. It was founded on 4 April 1959 as a territory with self-rule within the French Community and became independent after negotiations with France on 20 June 1960. Two months later, on 19 August 1960, the Sudanese Republic leaders in the Mali Federation mobilized the army, and Senegal leaders in the federation retaliated by mobilizing the gendarmerie (national police); this resulted in a tense stand-off, and led to the withdrawal from …

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UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation · 1985 English

Commission preparing for the accession of the Federation of Mali to Independence Deputy to the National Assembly


World Bank Group · 29 February 1960 English

This report provides a review of the economy of Mauritania as of 1960. Mauritania is an autonomous republic within the Community established by the French Constitution of October 1950. It …

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World Bank Group · 29 February 1960 English

This report provides a review of the economy of Mauritania as of 1960. Mauritania is an autonomous republic within the Community established by the French Constitution of October 1950. It …

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Oxfam International · 1 January 1997 English

Most people in the industrialised world have heard of Timbuktu, even if they could not find this ancient centre of civilisation on the map. In fact, it is in Mali, …

French territory 1960 4 April, creation of Federation of Mali with Senegal; 22 September, Federation broken;


World Bank Group · 30 September 1964 English

Upper Volta is a poor country. Its development is severely limited by natural factors. The country is badly located, landlocked, and an average distance of 520 miles from the sea. …

Sudan (now Mali) and Dahomey to form the Federation of Mali, but then, along -iith Dalhomey, withdrew as a consequence of the dissolution of the Federation of Mali and the break in relations between Mviali


Oxfam International · 1 January 1997 English

Most people in the industrialised world have heard of Timbuktu, even if they could not find this ancient centre of civilisation on the map. In fact, it is in Mali, …

long, and in September of the same year the Federation of Mali split and the Republic of Mali was created


UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation · 1960 English

eleventh session of the General Conference: Federation of Mali (Sudan, Senegal) Malagasy Republic Gabon


United Nations Security Council · 27 April 2000 English

The functions of the Secretariat in relation to the Security Council, to the extent that they are governed This chapter presents material bearing on the rela- by the provisional rules …

(A/5251, 4 October 1962); Uganda (A/5258, Federation of Mali (A/4387, 29 June 1960; later became two separate


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 December 2016 English

Over the past few decades, Côte d’Ivoire has been a passive and often problematic actor within its region. This has been the case since the death of the first president …

January 1959 he did succeed in establishing the Federation of Mali, consisting of Dahomey (present-day Benin)


IMF: International Monetary Fund · 13 August 2010 English

Following an evaluation of the first Poverty Reduction Strategy Framework (PRSF) of Mali, the government adopted the Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy Framework (GPRSF) document, which aims at reducing poverty …

Agricultural Development FNAM National Handicraft Federation of Mali FSD Development Solidarity Fund GMM


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