Burkina Faso/Security: ECOWAS in its eternal incomprehensible acts towards the AES States

The regional organization, ECOWAS, continues its perplexing actions toward the states of the Sahel Alliance (AES). It seems to have a habit of persecuting countries fighting for their security, stability, freedom, and total sovereignty.

While pretending to be concerned about the security situation in these African brother countries, ECOWAS notably exhibits a bias towards wrongdoers and the oblivious, while displaying disdain for the brave men and women sacrificing themselves for the well-being of their compatriots.

The recent statement from the ECOWAS Commission regarding the security situation in Burkina Faso has puzzled the transitional government, prompting a response.

In a press release dated January 2, 2024, the government expressed its confusion and astonishment at the Commission’s supposed concerns about the security situation in Burkina Faso.

In a press release on December 30, 2023, the ECOWAS Commission denounced what it deemed an illegal and arbitrary procedure of requisitioning certain Burkinabe citizens.

It claimed that this requisition was intended to suppress any freedom of expression in the country.

The Commission positioned itself as an astute analyst of the security situation in Burkina Faso, characterizing it as a constant deterioration.

The Burkinabe government reminded this regional organization that the land of upright people has created a legal framework allowing the legitimate requisitioning of citizens for the republican struggle aimed at protecting, liberating, and preserving the sovereignty of the nation.

The government also lamented the actions of this organization, which seem to downplay the efforts of the transitional authorities and combat forces against terrorism.

It urged ECOWAS to henceforth show respect for the choices of the people and their authorities regarding their priorities.

The Burkinabe government has no intention of being distracted by actions contrary to its vision.




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