Prime Minister Patrick Ashe unveils his new government

Prime Minister Patrick Ashe unveils his new government

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Patrick Ache resigned last week before being renewed Tuesday 19 April by Alassane Ouattara, with instructions to form a tight squad.

With our correspondent in Abidjan, Peter Pinto

The team unveiled on Wednesday, April 20, by Prime Minister Patrick Achey, who has just been reappointed, consists of 32 members against 41 in the previous government. A tight team as promised, but without major disruptions. The main portfolios remain in the hands of the owners: Foreign Affairs in Candia Camara, Defense in Tini Brahima Ouattara, Agriculture in Coppinan Kwasi Adjumani, Interior in Fagundo Diomandi, Education in Mariatu Kony.

One of the most notable movements is the movement of Alan Richard Donohue in Waters and Forests. After five years at the head of this strategic ministry, he was replaced by Laurent Chagba. Also left was the Minister of Crafts Felix Anoble whose portfolio was abolished, or the Minister of Oil, Thomas Camara, who was replaced by Mamadou Sangovoa Coulibaly. A ministry that has become key since the discovery of a very large overseas deposit last year. The other entrance is Françoise Remarque. The former head of Canal + is set in Côte d’Ivoire for Culture. The Ministry of Digital Economy or the Ministry of Investment Promotion has disappeared. The four ministers of state in the previous government were also abolished.

Therefore, this executive body welcomes new ministers, while dozens go away. The four state ministers in the previous government were abolished. The Minister Plenipotentiary for Integration, Alcide DjeDje, is thanked. Ashi 2 government appointed, Thursday, the first cabinet.

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