time out. Before the age of 61E On the anniversary of Independence, President Macky Sall promised to talk to the opposition and “make a new response” to the demands of young people.
üN months after the turmoil in Senegal, the speech of the head of state Macky Sall is expected to be on the eve of the 61st anniversary celebrationE Independence anniversary. Therefore, it is not surprising to see that he has been president since 2012 to ensure that he is “listening to the country’s deep impulses” when the opposition accuses the government of turning a deaf ear to the main needs of the people. Of youth.
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President Macky Sall said: “I will continue to meet the needs for access to infrastructure, water, electricity, education, health care, housing, employment and income-generating activities.” He promised to “always maintain an attitude of dialogue and consultation.” And continue to carry out “peaceful coexistence” and call for respect for institutions whose signs, such as public buildings, were attacked in early March. In order to pay attention to the growing social needs, he said that he has decided to readjust the budget for youth employment within three years to 450 billion CFA francs (675 million euros), of which 150 billion CFA francs will be used in 2021. , Is expected to allocate 80 billion CFA francs to 65,000 young people in education, afforestation, public health or road maintenance activities. He directly appealed to young people to say: “I hope this can be the starting point for a new response to your needs in education, training, work, project financing, and entrepreneurial support.” For him and the security forces 61E Independence Day is held on Sunday, April 4. Although he now hopes to instill a calm situation in the country, President Macky Sall still wants to issue a warning to avoid the unrest and violence observed during the demonstrations in March last year.
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He cited some interventions by prominent figures as examples, and pointed out that in a country that prides itself on its cohesion, there are voices emphasizing “particularism”. From March 3 to 8, it was observed that the unprecedented conflicts and robberies that have occurred since at least 2012 led to turmoil and killed more than a dozen people. This highlights all of these situations.
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