After studies of rights with the university of Nanterre (France), it opens a law firm to Paris before returning in 1989 to the Mali. He is elected in 1995 barristers president and is charged by the president with the republic Alpha Oumar Konaré with directing the independent National electoral commission (Ceni) charged to organize elections boycotted by the opposition in 1997.
In 2001, it coordinates the countryside of the candidate to the presidential election Amadou Toumani Touré. In 2002, he is elected appointed of Mopti and becomes vice-president of the National Assembly.
Kassoum Tapo militates actively for the abolition of the Capital punishment in Mali.
- Jeune Afrique of June 11th, 2006
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