Government ‘satisfied’ with reforms, despite delays

The Senegalese government is satisfied with progress in carrying out its reforms under the Presidential Council on the Future of Higher Education and Research, or CNEAS. But there are delays in accomplishing some important measures, according to press reports.

The rate of carrying out the reforms according to the schedule was ‘very satisfactory’, according to a statement released at the second meeting of the inter-ministerial council set up under CNEAS to monitor the reforms, which are budgeted to cost at least FCFA3 billion (US$6.36 million), reported Le Soleil of Dakar. Read more