The official proclamation by the Constitutional Court of the results of the legislative elections of the 1st round is a political indicative. It determines the weight of parties on the national political spectrum. Nevertheless.
After the first round, the Rpm remains the first national political force. Which foreshadows him to be well off in the new government.
With 4 deputies in the Kidal region, 1 in other countries such as Kayes, Yélimané, Djenné, Tombouctou, Bourem and Ménaka, the Rpm is already leaving with 10 deputies. The Rpm is followed by the URD with 4 deputies who is followed by ADP Maliba with 3. Next, Adéma Pasj with 2, then Sadi, Um RDA and Yéléma with 1 deputy each. A total of 22 deputies in the 1st round (Kayes, Yélimané, Niono, Djenné, Niafunké, Bourem, Menaka, Kidal). Thus, at the end of this 1st round, the Rpm consolidates its position. And the Opp, leader of the opposition, a position now envied, maintains itself there in the most beautiful way.
These elections which, despite the many unspoken ones, can allow analysts to get an idea of what can await us in 2023. IBK being no longer a candidate, Adéma Pasj will necessarily leave his big artillery. But already URD and AD MALIBA are positioning themselves for a titanic duel. They can be decided by the candidates of Adéma Pasj and Rpm for the succession of IBK in Koulouba. More and more the horizon is clearing for the succession of IBK. Even if by then, a lot will be able to evolve because there are Modibo Sidibé, Cheick Modibo Diarra, Moussa Mara, Me Mountaga Tall, Dr Choguel Kokala Maïga who were not born from the last rain. Especially since the presidential election of 2023 will be very open and a surprise cannot be ruled out.
In any event, these legislative elections can serve as a barometer for the parties that participated in these odorless and colorless legislative elections.