the leader of PSD/Jant bi believes that Sonko is not aware that his hat has changed

the leader of PSD/Jant bi believes that Sonko is not aware that his hat has changed
the leader of PSD/Jant bi believes that Sonko is not aware that his hat has changed
The visit of the leader of “France Insoumise”, Jean-Luc Mélenchon to Senegal at the invitation of the party of African Patriots of Senegal for work, ethics and fraternity (Pastef) has been a subject of debate recently. Invited to the program “Grand Jury this Sunday” on Rfm, the leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD -Jant Bi, Mamour Cissé, believes that it is an “intrusion by the Prime Minister in an area reserved for the president of the Republic “.

“In relation to the Constitution and the texts, diplomacy is a domain reserved for the President of the Republic,” suggested the PSD-JANT BI leader. For him, even if Mélenchon was invited by Pastef, Mamour Cissé believes that there is “a misunderstanding” believing that Ousmane Sonko “is not aware that his hat has changed”.

“He’s mixing things up. It is today in a position which should allow it to regulate the satisfaction of the primary needs of the populations. It is up to the President of the Republic to manage diplomacy,” underlined Mr. Cissé.

Questioned about the controversy over “tolerance of homosexuality” raised by Sonko’s declaration during the joint conference with the leader of France Insoumise, Mamour Cissé sees in it a dose of realism on his part. A realism which first materializes through the “negotiation with the IMF and the continuation of the Emerging Senegal Plan”.

According to Mamour Cissé, Sonko’s statement regarding homosexuality is justified. “Ousmane Sonko be less radical by saying that homosexuality was tolerated. This is a way of not alienating these same international organizations. They saw today what these people (international organizations) did in Ghana, what they are about to do in Kenya and Tanzania,” he noted.

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