Senegal: Bassirou Faye makes a decision that will not please former ministers

Senegal: Bassirou Faye makes a decision that will not please former ministers
Senegal: Bassirou Faye makes a decision that will not please former ministers

The new Senegalese president, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, has just made a decision which should not please former ministers.

Indeed, under the regime of his predecessor, Macky Sall, a decree was passed, allowing former ministers to receive salaries of 1.5 to 2.8 million CFA francs.

But now Bassirou Faye has just canceled the decree, according to information from Seneweb reported by sudquotidien.

This is once again that the Senegalese president has canceled a decree.

Upon his installation, Bassirou Diomaye Faye had already canceled many decrees of appointments in the judiciary.

The head of state, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, has made a decision which will not please former ministers.

According to our information, the President of the Republic canceled a last minute decree from his predecessor Macky Sall which granted salaries of 1.5 to 2.8 million to former ministers.

As a reminder, he had also canceled, upon his installation, many decrees of appointments in the judiciary“, we read on the Séneweb website.

From his remote village to the top of the state, Bassirou Diomaye Faye experienced a lightning rise to become Senegal’s youngest president, elected on the promise of radical change and under the leadership of a charismatic mentor.

The one that everyone calls “Diomaye” (“the honorable” in Serer), deputy of the leader Ousmane Sonko struck by ineligibility, was sworn in on April 2, 2024, becoming the fifth president of Senegal.

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