In the National Assembly, the Interior Minister, whose budget increased by more than 2 billion CFA francs, returned to Endo-lead Africa Francophone and the construction of new police stations.
It's time to clear accounts and lighting after ten hectic days. Before yesterday's vice-presidents, the Minister of the Interior and Public Security returned to withdraw the endorsement of Enda-lead francophone Africa, a partner of the Y & # 39; en movement, was stiff. From the outset, he said that Enda-lead is not a non-governmental organization, but a foreign association under Senegal law that has the same rights as nearly 19,000 other associations. It continues that their funding method is governed by the Code of Civil and Commercial Obligations. "We have 574 Ong There are about 124 non-governmental organizations that respect approval, investment and control requests, others do not respect everything, we have about 63 non-governmental organizations that are not listed in the Ministry of the Interior and work in the country, and we need to put things right. Africa has to be involved in funding that she should not do, "Aly Ngouille defended Ndiaye. At the Members' request, the need to open police stations across the country and the construction of administrative buildings said he was working here. The target for the fiscal year 2019, he says, remains the real beginning of a comprehensive three-year strategy-building program. It is planned to reinforce the equipment of firefighters in the facility, but security will be strengthened everywhere in Senegal.
The Ministry of the Interior's budget is halted at 125 billion 118 million 917 thousand 622 CFA francs for 2019 versus 122 billion 785 million 731 thousand 360 CFA francs in 2018, an increase of 2 billion 333 million 186 thousand, 262 CFA francs in absolute value and 1.9% in relative value. MEPs voted on Tuesday.