This is not soon that parliamentarians should have question the government of Modibo Sidibe. After the declarations of President catastrophic ATT during International Women’s Day, he was actually asking the question in what direction our country walked.
Despite SEOP sung by the authorities, the courtiers, the Alliance for Democracy and Change (ADP) and opportunists of all stripes, the Malian people are perplexed by the negligence of a government that continues to manage problems without convincing.
After the missteps of the MOU, the state finally did an about face after realizing that the Algerian partner was essential. Regarding the food crisis that has hit our country, it must be said that Atta seems now totally disillusioned.
The Office du Niger can be a powerful booster of agricultural development and our herd is among the largest on the continent. Had he not put the cart before the horse since it is clear that, prior to get there, it was a good policy to control the water.
Rationalizing the use of surface water and groundwater, development of small-scale irrigation for lowland crops and small areas, promotion of private irrigation, individual or family for poor farmers or women.
ATT had also reported the control of factors of production through the use of means of agricultural intensification as the rational use of inputs, agricultural equipment and the adoption of appropriate production techniques. Today the government has failed to meet these challenges.
These efforts can not be realized without the expansion and modernization of telecommunications and energy sector. These factors must be taken into account before claiming that all roofs will double if not triple crop production.