This connoisseur of the workings of the Guinean economy will have to continue the reforms initiated by the former government while circumventing a number of pitfalls.
To register between rupture and continuity. This is the delicate point of balance that the new Guinean Minister of the Economy, Finance and Planning, Lanciné Condé, must find. If the putsch of September 5 brought an end to the economic reforms undertaken by the former president, Alpha Condé, and if his killer, Mamadi Doumbouya, promised the rupture, we are in fact witnessing the renewal, at least partial, of the policy of recent years.
The relevant reforms undertaken must be successful, the others will be rectified
It is in this context that the action of the minister, a 48-year-old macroeconomist, trained in Guinea and France in particular, officially appointed at the end of October, should be read.