The Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) on Tuesday advised the Malian army at hand over energy to civilians.
The Chairman and Ghana’s President, Nana Akufo-Addo, gave the warning in Accra.
He spoke as an ultimatum for the appointment of interim leaders expired.
The physique had imposed financial sanctions after the ouster of President Ibrahim Keita.
They embody border closures and the suspension of monetary flows.
“In the present day is meant to be the day that the junta is to place in place a authorities, which ought to reply to the standards we set out in August. That has not been met,” Akufo-Addo stated.
The president added that Mali can now not afford any delay in placing a accountable authorities in place.
The junta on Saturday stated the interim president generally is a soldier or a civilian however gave no time-frame for the composition of a brand new authorities.
A constitution introduced authorised multi-party talks.
The army needs an 18-month transition interval, whereas ECOWAS is insisting on one 12 months.