Despite the loud voices of French officials and African politicians about imminent invasion of international aggressor forces to the north of Mali to overthrow the Sharia system and seize the power, the unity of the members of the enemy camp is still dogged by controversy, writes UmmaNews.
More recently, French representatives expressed the desire that the puppet "president of Mali", Dioncounda Traore, would officially ask the so-called "Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)" for assistance and the sending of invasion troops to Mali.
It now appears that it this not going to happen. According to the AFP, the Malian puppets do not want international forces deployed in the country, but they want to get their logistical support.
In a letter to African regimes, "president" Traore asks ECOWAS to help to restore control over the territories of northern Mali.
"However the deployment of a constituted police unit or combatant military troops is not applicable", he said in the letter.
Meanwhile, France's special representative for the Sahel region, Jean Felix-Paganon, said at a meeting with the puppet president of Mauritania this week that they were "allowed" to negotiate with some of the Mujahideen, but not all of them:
"We are in agreement on the gravity of the terrorist threat in northern Mali and the need to face it, said Felix-Paganon. - Things are clear to us. Dialogue is possible with some, but is radically impossible with the terrorist forces".
According to The Washington Post, confusion is growing in the Malian capital Bamako where representatives of puppet regime are situated. Officially, the power is in the hands of the civilian transitional government, but in practice, all political decisions are made by the military puppets that came to power in March uprising.
Some believe that the refusal of the Malian puppet government to ask for military intervention by ECOWAS was dictated by the fears of military minions that they would lose their power.
Meanwhile, Mujahideen allied with al-Qaeda, the Tawhid and Jihad Movement in West Africa, have declared, that if there is any attempt by the minions to prevent the implementation of Sharia in northern Mali, they will seize control of the capital Bamako within 24 hours.
Department of Monitoring