Burkina: Closing of the SNC and demonstrations of support for the Transition on the menu of the daily newspapers
This Monday's Burkinabè dailies evoke the closing of the 20th of the National Culture Week (SNC) and the demonstrations of support for the Burkinabè Transition.
The public newspaper Sidwaya mentions on its front page: "Transition in Burkina Faso: CSOs affirm their support".
The newspaper informs that the coordination of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) organized a meeting in support of the Burkinabè Transition, on Saturday May 6, 2023, at Place de la Nation, in Ouagadougou.
In the same vein, L'Express du Faso, a private daily published in Bobo-Dioulasso, adds that the organizers of these demonstrations in support of the transition across the country can certainly be satisfied with the success.
"Fight against terrorism: Battalions of demonstrators in support of Captain Traoré", features on its headline, for its part, the dean of private daily newspapers in Burkina, L'Observateur Paalga.
The newspaper indicates that ''Boutiques closed'', this is the decor that left to see the big market of Ouagadougou, last Saturday.
He explains that traders responded massively to the call of the Coordination of Civil Society Organizations of Burkina Faso.
For its part, the private newspaper, Le Pays writes on its front page: “Meeting in support of the transition: strong mobilization in Ouaga, the attitude of the international community denounced”.
The colleague adds that this umpteenth public demonstration in favor of the new authorities comes a few days after the tragedy of Karma which created a stir among the populations.
On another angle, L'Express du Faso mentions on its front page "SNC Bobo 2023: the curtains have fallen on the 20th ".
The Bobolais daily informs that the closing ceremony of the 20th of the biennial of culture, the SNC, took place on Saturday May 6, 2023 at the house of culture Mgr Amselme Titiama Sanon.
As for L'Observateur Paalga, he adds that for a week, Burkina has highlighted its rich cultural heritage and in all its diversity through competitions organized as part of the National Grand Prize for Arts and Letters (GPNAL) .
Source: Burkina Information Agency