ECOWAS moves away from the military option and will send a team of mediators to Niger

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The team will undertake an urgent round of consultations with the Heads of State and Government Authority to outline its offer to the Nigerien junta and organize a visit to the country "as soon as possible."

The Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has agreed to organize a team of mediators to resolve the open crisis in Niger since the coup of July 25.

This team will be led by the vice president of the ECOWAS Parliament, the Nigerian Idris Waseas decided in the special session held late this past Saturday and in which Wase himself spoke out against the military intervention that ECOWAS has been contemplating for two weeks.

Accompanying Wase will be the third vice president of Parliament, the Togolese Memounatou Ibrahima and the deputies Edwin Melvin Snowefrom Liberia; Foutoumatta Njai from The Gambia and Nigerian Senator ali ndumereports Voice of Nigeria.

As part of the technical team there will also be members of Senegal, Ghana, Cape Verde, Benin and Guinea Bissauuntil representing practically the entire African regional organization.

The team will undertake a urgent round of consultations with the ECOWAS Heads of State and Government Authority to outline its offer to the Nigerien junta and organize a visit to the country "as soon as possible". However, the president of the ECOWAS Parliament, Sidie Mohamed Tunis, has insisted on urgent need to resolve this crisis.

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