Aminata Touré has no intention of letting the new group tarnish her image when it comes to the management of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council. In fact, in an article in L’Observateur after President Idrissa Seck made a substitute for her in an article about the search, led by Cese, Mimi Touré stepped out of her gongs to proclaim the truth about “allegations of mismanagement”. He headed the organization for 16 months.
The former prime minister reminded his successor that his “wholeness” and “honors” are priceless before he was suggested on the day of the 2013 audit outing of his founding body.
» Before 2012, I already had a rich career at the United Nations. I held various positions of responsibility in the mandatory exercise of accounting and financial accounts each year. So not only is it a common exercise that I have been doing for years, I think every manager needs to be inspected every year to justify the use of public money. I therefore call for the Economic, Social and Environmental Council to be inspected from its inception in 2013 until the day of my departure. That way, things will be clear and we will move forward. I conducted an entry audit by an authorized company myself after consulting the services“Dropped to Observer columns”