By Pascal James Imperato
Imperato, drawing upon fresh scholarship, expands his assurance of pre-colonial Malian background. This version incorporates a distinctive and up to date chronology of Malian historical past, a dozen tables, six distinctive maps, an inventory of abbreviations and acronyms, and an intensive cross-referenced dictionary. The large dictionary is inclusive...scholars of Africa may still locate this a lot elevated version necessary and simple to exploit. --ARBA first-class creation to the heritage of Mali... --AFRIQUE CONTEMPORAINE
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13-26, 1980 Twenty-one teachers arrested in Bamako at meetings of the CCSE and eventually transported in December to remote military camps in the Gao region. Dec. 1980 Twelve teachers arrested in September 1980, stopped in Ségou on their return from Menaka and sent back to Gao, where an appeal in camera confirms the sentences already served. The teachers are dismissed from the Ministry of Education and put at the disposal of the Ministry of the Interior. Three are allowed to return to Bamako; the others are banished to remote outposts.
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The administration of French Sudan to be under the general direction of the governor of Senegal, without whose concurrence the commandant was to take no political action, but he to give his own instructions to all personnel, both civil and military. French Sudan to have its own budget drawn up by the commandant. Page xxiii Aug. 27, 1892 Decree giving French Sudan complete autonomy, directly under the home government. The commandant, however, to address copies of his reports on political matters to the governor of Senegal, and to keep him posted on the general political situation.
Historical dictionary of Mali by Pascal James Imperato