The Liberal Social Union (Usl), third in the 2016 presidential election behind Patrice Talon, followed the political dialogue from a distance. At the end of the three days, she appreciates and clarifies.
It was through a press conference that the party’s communications officer made known the party’s concerns on Monday, 14 October. For this opposition party, dialogue is “an admission of failure of the reform of the partisan system since its main purpose is only to groom the two bad laws that are the basis of this reform”. The Poultry King’s Party maintains that the second finding of the Conclave of the Congress Palace is that the Parliament of the Eighth Legislature is illegal and illegitimate.
That is why the party reiterates its demands that are:
The return to the State of law, the separation of the executive, legislative and judicial powers. For the SLU, our call remains for the Executive to release the other two powers: the legislative by resuming free and breathtaking legislative elections; and the judiciary by the reformed and independent Superior Council of Magistracy.
– the closure of the border with Nigeria. For SLU, the Head of State is solely responsible for this situation and must find a solution. He knows what he has to do;
– the country’s debt, which is growing (CFAF 3,251.78 billion as at 31 December 2018) while the GAP remains largely unrealized;
– Respect for the decision of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the fancy conviction of Mr. Sébastien Ajavon by an anti-constitutional court.
🔴 Live : Déclaration de L’USL au sujet dialogue politique
Publiée par Union Sociale Libérale sur Lundi 14 octobre 2019