|President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita|
Succeeded by Moussa Mara
|Spouse Riyahata Toure (m. 2013)|
Name Oumar Ly
Resigned April 5, 2014
|Preceded by Django Sissoko (Acting)|
Born 28 November 1963 (age 59) Paris, France (1963-11-28)
Alma mater University of ParisGraduate School of Economic and Commercial Sciences
Role Former Prime Minister of Mali
Previous office Prime Minister of Mali (2013–2014)
Education University of Paris, ESSEC Business School
Political party Independent politician
Interview de la semaine entretien de yaya konate avec le premier ministre oumar tatam ly
Oumar Tatam Ly (born 28 September 1963) was Prime Minister of Mali from 5 September 2013 to 5 April 2014. He was previously a special adviser at the Central Bank of West African States.
- Interview de la semaine entretien de yaya konate avec le premier ministre oumar tatam ly
- Biographie du nouveau premier ministre oumar tatam ly
- Early life and education
- Prime Minister
Biographie du nouveau premier ministre oumar tatam ly
Early life and education
Oumar Tatam Ly was born in 1963 in Paris. His father was Ibrahima Ly, a political activist during Moussa Traoré's rule, and his mother was Madina Ly-Tall, who was an ambassador during Alpha Oumar Konaré's presidency. Tatum Ly holds a degree in economics from Panthéon-Sorbonne University and a Masters from ESSEC Business School. He also received a diploma from École normale supérieure de Lyon.
Tatam Ly originally started working at the World Bank before moving to the Central Bank of West African States in 1994. During his career at the BCEAO, he was promoted from director of finance to special advisor.
Tatam Ly was appointed as Prime Minister of Mali by President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta on 5 September 2013, a day after Keïta was sworn in as President. After being swore in, Tatam Ly focused on achieving the President's promises of bringing the people of Mali together and ending Mali's systemic corruption. In order to fulfill Keita's promises, Tatam Ly created the post of Minister of Reconciliation and assigned the position to Cheick Ouamar Diarrah.
Tatam Ly and his cabinet resigned on 5 April 2014. Moussa Mara was appointed to replace him on the same day.