Burkina Faso, member country of the OHADA, created its national arbitration center, the Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation Center of Ouagadougou in 2005. As part of the OHADA community dynamics, Burkina Faso has recently introduced arbitration legislation. Indeed, the
National Assembly of Burkina Faso voted for a law on arbitration, unanimously, on 14 November 2017. The purpose of this national law is to designate the judge of support for arbitration proceedings, exequatur and the annulment of arbitral awards, as well as to ensure their execution on national territory and promote arbitration for the settlement of commercial disputes, in accordance with the preamble of the founding Treaty of OHADA.