Captain Ibrahim Traore, who took power in a coup in Burkina Faso, announced plans to make changes to the constitution but stated that elections are not a Priority Compared to security. The announcement comes almost a year after the coup and Traore's promise to hold presidential elections by July 2024. Burkinabé authorities have detained four officers following the announcement of a thwarted coup attempt by the military government. The government has pledged to investigate the plot thoroughly.
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