The Government adopts important draft texts and decrees

The President of the Transition, Colonel Assimi GOÏTA, chaired, on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at the Koulouba Palace, the Council of Ministers. A draft text in the judicial field and a draft decree on rural development have been adopted by the Government.

In the judicial field, the Council of Ministers adopted draft texts relating to the creation, organization and operating procedures of the Agency for the Management of Frozen, Seized or Confiscated Assets.

According to the press release from the council, this modification made it possible to establish the National Economic and Financial Pole and to correct the shortcomings of the Code of Criminal Procedure in terms of seizure.

However, the conservation and management of assets seized in the context of criminal proceedings, currently ensured by the Registry, are faced with serious difficulties at the level of the courts. These include, among other things, the state of conservation of the objects seized, their management and the responsibilities related to this management before determining their fate at the end of the procedure; the insufficiency of means to ensure the conservation and maintenance of the property seized while waiting for the end of the procedure.

It appeared necessary to resolve these difficulties in accordance with the relevant provisions of the international legal instruments for the fight against corruption and related offenses to avoid compromising the disinterestedness of the victims.

The draft texts are adopted within this framework. They create in the form of a public establishment of an administrative nature, the Agency for the Management of Frozen, Seized or Confiscated Assets.

For the government, this Agency will contribute to improving governance in the area of ​​asset management in the context of criminal proceedings.

With regard to the field of rural development, the Council adopted a draft decree setting the terms of application of Law No. 2012-004 of January 23, 2012, governing the production, distribution, import, export, marketing, control and certification of seeds, ova, embryos of animal origin and breeding stock.

Livestock and fisheries are key sub-sectors of the national economy. They contribute to the gross domestic product, respectively up to 15% and 2.4%.

Despite its significant potential, the livestock and fisheries sub-sectors face constraints. They relate to the low productivity of the various production systems, the low levels of organization of the actors in the animal and aquaculture sectors and of financing.

To deal with the low productivity of local breeds, the Government has been committed since 2010 to a policy of spreading artificial insemination by promoting the creation of private centers approved for this purpose.

This draft decree is adopted within the framework of the implementation of the law of January 23, 2012. It takes into account: the definition of the roles and duties of approved private centers for the production and distribution of seeds, eggs, embryos of animal origin, as well as breeding animals; supervising the activities of the Animal Artificial Insemination Center with a view to increasing animal production through the use of artificial insemination techniques; the use of ovum and embryo in animal breeding programs with the application of biotechnology; the development of aquaculture with the emergence of the fishing sub-sector in the national economy.

Sidiki Dembele

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