Anti-government protests will resume on TuesdayImage caption: Anti-government protests will resume on Tuesday
Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta attended a swearing-in ceremony for new constitutional court judges, appointed last week in a bid to end the political crisis in the country.
The nine new judges were sworn in on Monday in a ceremony in the capital, Bamako.
The president's office has tweeted photos of the ceremony: https://twitter.com/PresidenceMali/status/1292861478299631618
The country is caught up in a political crisis, with protesters calling for the resignation of the president for failing to stop violence by Islamic militants and corruption.
The crisis saw five heads of state from the Ecowas regional block visit the country last month and propose the formation of a unity government.
The heads of state also called for the appointment of new constitutional judges.
The opposition has rejected the proposal for the formation of a unity government and insisted that the president should resign.
Anti-government protests that had taken a break for Eid festivities will resume on Tuesday.