These data and other IDC products will be made available to the signatory States for final analysis.
In local media, Daouda warned that this could be the first in a series of new laws intended on increasing security and preventing terrorist attacks.
“In this prevention, there are some of our attitudes, some of our activities, some people may need to change,” he warned.
Drafted at the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva and adopted by the General Assembly on 10 September 1996, the Treaty was opened for signature on 24 September 1996 at the United Nations in New York.
as a disguise while coordinating and executing terrorist attacks.
This is a tradition of some countries but it has nothing to do with Islam,” said Senegalese Muslim member of Parliament Mbaye Niang.
Interior Minister Abdoulaye Daouda, who announced the new law, also explained the decision as one of national security.Economic Overview Over the course of 2015, Senegal’s macroeconomic performance has been strong with a growth rate of 6.5%, a rate that hasn’t been achieved since 2003, making Senegal the second fastest growing economy in West Africa, behind Côte d’Ivoire.Growth remained strong in 2016, with a rate of 6.4% during the first quarter.Senegal’s population is estimated at 15.3 million as of 2016.According to the latest population census conducted in 2013, 23% of the population lives in the greater Dakar region (0.3% of the territory), and 40% lives in other urban zones.The women were believed to have ties to the terrorist group, while the two imams had made questionable public statements during sermons that had alarmed authorities.