SENEGEL

A Commitment to Ethical Practices and Good Governance

District

Thiès

Intro

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Descrption

Idrissa SECK
  • Name: Idrissa SECK
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Biography

The blue march has revealed to the public Idrissa Seck of Senegal. He stood alongside Abdoulaye Wade during the national tour, which format, the Secretary General has campaigned in 2000. At that time, Idrissa Seck was the campaign manager for the pope Sopi and number 2 of the PDS. Metaphorically, he calls himself "Gorgui if" status preceding the "Gorgui gui", pseudonym then devote to Wade because of his advanced age and relatively making reference to wisdom. The accession of Abdoulaye Wade for the presidency marks the beginning of a policy of Idrissa Seck ascension. The post of Minister of State, Chief of the President of the Republic, he was promoted to prime minister. Idrissa Seck was the head of Wade Government of 4 November 2002 to 21 April 2004. He was born August 9, 1959 in the Thies region, located 70 km from the Senegalese capital. Through this membership, it could be the mayor of the city. Thies was partly the cause of his problems with Wade. He is accused Seck nebula resulting from a billing issue of funding awarded to the city. A criminal investigation was opened against Idrissa Seck for ordering the execution of a "program" of public investment of 46 billion CFA francs undefined, not enrolled in three-year public investment program. A warrant ensued, Idrissa Seck incarcerated at the prison and correction Rebeuss along with other people implicated in the case. A few months later, former Prime Minister enjoyed a dismissal and accordingly sniffed the air of freedom. At stake in this case, a protocol that Idrissa Seck signed with the government of Abdoulaye Wade to where the "Protocol Rebeuss" a confidentiality clause prevents Senegalese know the negotiations that led to the former right-arm of former President of the Republic of regaining freedom. On 4 April 2006, Idrissa Seck announced his candidacy for the presidential election of 2007. He had run for office through his party "Rewmi". Two magistrates were without Gorgui will succeed his challenge to become the President of the Republic of Senegal.

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