Mimi Touré reacted after the new president of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE), Idrissa Seck, dispatched a verification mission to delve into her management.
She calls for the EESC to be audited by the authorized State bodies from its creation in 2013 until the day of its departure.
“So things will be clear and we will move on,” she hammered in the columns of the newspaper L’Observateur taken over by Seneweb.
Regarding its management, it informs that the documents are available for this exercise.
Accused of having ambitions, Aminata Touré insists: “Ambition is not a crime as far as I know. And as I said, in politics, we are not sitting watching trains go by.”