Voters in Mali are heading to the polls on Sunday for the first presidential elections since Amadou Toure was toppled in a coup last year.
Malians are desperate for an end to corruption and want to see a new kind of leadership. But almost all the main candidates were either in previous governments or at least connected to those administrations.
Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports from Bamako.
Source: Al Jazeera