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by: The Moor Next Door 2009-11-15
Tawassoul’s leader, Jamil Mansour, spent the better part of the last year in opposition to Ould Abdel Aziz, who came to power in a coup last August, as a member of the Front for the Defense of Democracy (FNDD), along with other opposition heavy weights. Of those men, Ahmed Ould Daddah, Messaoud Boulkheir, Badreddine and Mansour, he was the first to make moves to “defect” following defeat in the July presidential election. After last week’s senatorial elections, in which the opposition was dealt a certain defeat — Ould Daddah’s RFD lost in its traditional stronghold of Boutlimit — Mansour was seen to be making his best efforts to attach Tawassoul to the new ruling clique...