Contentieux Etat du Sénégal / Millicom: Tigo joue son avenir à Paris.


Contentieux Etat du Sénégal / Millicom: Tigo joue son avenir à Paris.
DAKARACTU.COM - Le 30 novembre prochain à Paris, s'ouvre le procès entre l'Etat du Sénégal et Tigo, filiale de Millicom international cellular. L'audience a été convoquée par le Centre international de règlements des différends liés à l'investissement (Cirdi). Après trois ans de procédure judiciaire, le contentieux a connu divers rebondissements et un verdict définitif devrait être pris. L'Etat du Sénégal réclame 100 milliards de francs cfa à Tigo pour l'exploitation de sa licence en téléphonie ; le gouvernement du Sénégal ayant jugé que Sentel (devenu depuis Tigo) a obtenu sa licence en juillet 1998 dans des conditions illégales. Selon l'Observateur, l'Etat du Sénégal sera représenté par son agent judiciaire, le cabinet François Sarr et associés, le cabinet Remy Fermier et le professeur Michel de Guillenchmidt. Ce dernier a présidé le séminaire qui s'est tenu il y a quelques jours à Dakar, au sujet de la recevabilité de la candidature de Me Wade.
Vendredi 25 Novembre 2011




1.Posté par Per bou khar le 25/11/2011 13:36
Comment se fait il que tigo paie pour les appels entrants (500 millions) alors que Tigo n'a pas de licence internationale??
Les clients Tigo appellent vers l'internationale, alors si tigo n'a pas de licence internationale et que Tigo ait coupé ses liens qui passaient par ka Sonatel qui lui permettaient d'acheminer son trafic, alors par où passe ce trafic ??
Quel deal y'a t'il entre l'ARTP, l'Etat du Senegal et Tigo?

2.Posté par Press Release le 25/11/2011 14:03
Breaking News: Gambia: Jammeh Plans To Kill Gambians Today!
JAMMEH REACHED A NEW DEAL WITH THE MFDC REBELS AHEAD OF ELECTIONS!
Jammeh at it Again in Casamance
By Staff Reporter B Colley, Banjul
The President of The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, has continued to perpetrate acts of crime against humanity by giving his undivided support to the Salifou Sarjo- led MFDC separatist movement in Casamance who recently killed ten civilians, freedom newspaper can report.

According to an MFDC insider, who has been privy to Jammeh’s many engagements with the separatist movement, disclosed that they were given new weapons by the President last year to intensify their fight for independence
“The president has sworn by a very vindictive Jola fetish (Jalang) to
continue supporting MFDC because we are all Jolas. President Jammeh has armed us very well to fight with the more sophisticated weapons he has given us so that we can force the Senegalese government to the negotiation table for independence,” he continued.
The MFDC rebel maintained that thousands of young recruits from Jola villages in the breadth and length of Casamance have been trained in insurrectionist warfare by Gambian soldiers at Kanilai.
Their training, he trundled on, was also designed to prepare them to
spring to the rescue of the self-confessed murderer and dictator
Jammeh in the event of a military overthrow. He maintained that they were also coerced to swear by a Jola fetish to declare allegiance to Jammeh even under the pain of death.
“The relationship between us and the Gambia government is for
protection and furtherance of mutual interests .We were told during
the training by Solo Bojang that President Jammeh believed Abdoulie
Wade has been supporting Gambian dissidents to overthrow so he would also support us,”he declared.
In yet another telling revelation, the MFDC insider unravelled that
Jammeh has concluded a pact with the Guinea Bissau and Burkinabe
presidents to provide them sanctuaries and training camps during the
new phase of their insurrection.
Concluding, the source asserted that they have been instructed to
cross into The Gambia in time for the presidential election so that
they can take up arms to perpetuate the glaring Jola hegemony in the
event of a dispute over the results



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