A delegation from the Economic, Social and Cultural Council, led by its President, Mr. Yacouba KATILE, has been staying in Canada since Tuesday, April 25. And this, within the framework of the mission to draw up the 2023 collection of the expectations of the needs and problems of our compatriots living abroad.
In accordance with the provisions of article 107 of the constitution, the Economic, Social and Cultural Council collects and drafts with the entities that compose it, for the attention of the President of the Republic, the Government and the National Assembly, the compendium annual meeting of the expectations of the needs and problems of civil society with orientations and proposals.
It is within the framework of the execution of this constitutional mission that a delegation of the CESC has been criss-crossing Canada since last April 25. She was welcomed on her arrival by the Ambassador of Mali, Her Excellency, Mrs. Fatoumata B MEITE.
The capital Ottawa was the 1time stage of the CESC’s mission. The meeting with our compatriots was held in the premises of the Maison de la Francophonie.
The main concerns expressed during this meeting relate in particular to the lack of a framework conducive to the investment of Malians established in Canada, the difficulties related to the correction of NINA cards and the absence of a reception structure to facilitate the return and reintegration of our compatriots established abroad.
The delegation then set sail for Montreal on Friday, April 28 for the same exercise.
It should be recalled that another mission led by the Vice President of the Institution, Mr. Amadou Senoussi DAFE, covers the African zone, more specifically Algeria and Morocco.
Baba Bourahima CISSE
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