Mimi Touré had the right to be president of the National Assembly »

Mimi Touré had the right to be president of the National Assembly »
Mimi Touré had the right to be president of the National Assembly »

At a press conference, Professor Penda Mbow did not miss the question of the presence of women in the political space. According to the latter, the new regime put in place does not have much experience in terms of the democratic struggle in Senegal. She affirms that women who are like Ms. Ndioro Ndiaye and others did not stand up one day for demands.

This is why she is surprised to see only four women in the government. “Why all this work by women and in return among these women, there are only four in the government. And what hurts is that the women who fight are not elected. They prefer to take others and give them positions. This is why many women end up getting discouraged. For example, if I take the case of Mimi Touré, she is a woman who fought. In my opinion, she had the right to be the president of the National Assembly as she also had the right to have responsibilities. But, every day, we put our women aside. This is why we must change the way in this direction,” she said.

Dieynaba Agne

#Senegal

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