There was disagreement on what should be done in response to the coup in Niger inside the Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States.
Parliamentarians from the Economic Community of West African States were split on whether or not to take military action against the Niger junta.
On Saturday, twenty-two lawmakers convened virtually for an extraordinary session to explore the political crisis in Niger Republic.
While a portion of the parliament expressed their endorsement of dialogue and diplomacy, another faction advocated for measures aimed at effectively curbing the escalation of military governance in the region.
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