The decision was taken after MEPs gave a positive opinion on the government’s proposal on 30 December.
Bamako has been added some more time to stamp a stable security grid and system in the fight against terrorism.
The Malian government and parliament according to officials agreed to continue monitoring the territory closely after the attack at Radisson Blu November 20.
This measure will last up to the first three months of 2016 and also the third extension of a state of an emergency in the country.
The first state of emergency was declared the evening of the attacks for a ten day period and secondly renewed on December 22.
According to the AFP, a Malian official who sought anonymity said that if the security devices were placed before the end of the current emergency it has to be proactive to avoid any surprises.
Matters of national security seem to be a consensus for the Malian political class and the proposed renewal and extension of the state of emergency for the next three months was voted unanimously by members of parliament from all sides.
Security issues seem to be consensus across the Malian political class. The proposed renewal and extension of the state of emergency for three months was voted unanimously by MPs from all political sides.
Besides the Radisson attack, claimed by Al-Mourabitoune of the Algerian Mokhtar Belmockhtar group and Macina Liberation Front, Mali is still a land of playing terror games to extremist movements in most regions.