Mauritanian deputies threaten to resign
Dozens of Mauritanian deputies and senators from the ruling National Pact for Development and Democracy (PNDD-ADIL) party said they will resign on Monday (August 4th), local news agency ANA quoted a Mauritanian parliamentary source as saying on August 3rd. The 30 deputies and 24 senators said the move is in protest against what they called "fatal errors" made during the party's creation. The resignations reportedly mean that Prime Minister Yahya Ahmed El Waghef's party will lose the majority in Parliament.
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