Dialogue and reconciliation commission Mali - The Malian government is considering the setting up of a dialogue and reconciliation commission (DRC) to seek reconciliation in the country, official sources told PANA on Thursday.
The sources said the council of ministers took the decision on Wednesday.
The commission, demanded by the international community because of the political and security crisis in the country since the 22 March 2012 military coup, would report on human rights violations and make proposals on actions to strengthen social cohesion and national unity.
The 33-member DRC will have representatives from all societies in the country.
Mali last year went through a serious crisis marked by the seizure by Islamist rebel groups of three regions in the North - Timbuktu, Gao and Kidal - which make up two-third of the country.
French forces have since January led an international coalition to begin recapturing the three regions.