The Board of Directors of the Civil Forum, which met on the 5th, 6th and 7th of July 2019 in Saly, wants all the light to be shed on the drug trade, the Petro Tim affair …
Civil Forum Board members, in line with Transparency International's new vision of "Promoting Political Integrity and Combating Money Laundering, Including the Fight Against Corruption and Related Offenses" Mandate the Executive Board to take all appropriate steps to enhance transparency, accountability and good governance, as per yesterday's Board Resolution.
To this end, the Civil Forum's governing body is calling on the government to "shed light on the drug trafficking and natural resource management cases, including the Petro Tim case".
This last point relating to the oil and gas contracts in which the brother of the President of the Republic, Aliou Sall, is mixed continues indeed to make a lot of ink and saliva in Senegal. By bringing oil companies to Diamniadio on Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Macky Sall vowed that "there is absolutely no concern about oil contracts. All the arrangements have been made to regulate. There is no secret, everything is online … "
Earlier, the public prosecutor had announced "a thorough and thorough investigation" into this case. Serigne Bassirou Gueye had even called for witnesses.
In this same chapter, the Civil Forum also wants the State to make available "draft implementing texts relating to the Local Content Law".
During the last consultations on the implementation of the Local Content Law, the President announced that this text, which was voted on by the National Assembly last February, will soon be applied. "At the end of the consultation, with the conclusions, I will take without delay the decrees of application relating to the Local Content. Without delay, because I want to advance in fast track mode, "said Macky Sall last Tuesday at the Abdou Diouf International Conference Center in Diamniadio (Cicad), in front of all stakeholders in the hydrocarbon sector.
Birahim Seck, coordinator of the Transparency International branch in Senegal, and her collaborators, also hope that the government "shares with civil society organizations the National Strategy for the Promotion of Citizenship, which was to be finalized by the end of May 2019, in accordance with to the decision of the Council of Ministers dated 10 April 2019 ". They also demand from the government "the publication of the reports of the control bodies on governance (Ige, Court of Auditors, Ofnac, Armp, etc.)". In addition, the board of directors, welcoming the decision of the President of the Republic taken in the Council of Ministers of 6 June 2019, asking "the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Equipment to send him a weekly report on the distribution of inputs and agricultural equipment ", remains attentive to the availability in quantity, quality and time of seeds and agricultural inputs to the rural world.
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