[Vos questions] In Senegal, victims demand accountability from Macky Sall

[Vos questions] In Senegal, victims demand accountability from Macky Sall
[Vos questions] In Senegal, victims demand accountability from Macky Sall

RFI journalists and experts also answer questions from listeners on the economic crisis in Burundi, on Euro 2024 football and on the economic program of the new Congolese government.

Senegal: victims demand accountability from Macky Sall

In Senegal, the collective of victims of the Macky Sall regime is demanding that an arrest warrant be issued against the former president. Could Ousmane Sonko’s government respond positively to this? Have the victims been compensated?

With Léa-Lisa Westerhoff, permanent correspondent in Dakar.

Burundi: oil shortage worsens

For two years, Burundi has been experiencing a serious supply crisis in petroleum products. How can we explain that the situation continues to get worse?

Could the government put in place measures to limit the damage?

With Esdras Ndikumana, journalist in RFI’s Africa service.

Euro 2024: who are the outsiders?

Euro 2024 begins with a first meeting between Germany, the host country, and Scotland. What selections could create a surprise? Which players could steal the show from the big names?

With Antoine Grognet, journalist in the RFI sports department.

DRC: the government estimates its program at $93 billion

The action program presented by Prime Minister Judith Suminwa was budgeted at nearly $93 billion over five years. What are the priorities of this budget? How does the government intend to achieve its flagship measure, creating 6.4 million jobs?

With AL Kitenge, strategist and economist analyst.

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