Thursday , March 4 2021

The Burkina Faso government urged to stop rising fuel prices

"The unexpected Burkina Faso government just adopted the Ministerial Council on Thursday, November 8, 2018, a pump hydrocarbon price correction measure," writes UPC in a statement.

The document, signed by the UPC National Policy Office, including the National Secretariat for Economic Development and Planning, states that "following this painful decision in Burkina Faso on November 9, 2018, an increase of 75 F CFA pump prices for gasoline and diesel fuel, respectively, increased by 12% and 14%.

According to the Zefirin Diabetic Party, this event is linked to fragile populations who care about survival every day since the return of the People's Movement for Progress (MPP) regime.

The statement states that "this one-sided and unexpected government decision sounds like Burkhamshad support and calls for a thorough analysis of the situation in the country and the state of governance of the JTP."

Therefore, UPC condemns "the vigorous development of amalgam made by MPP to use his bitter pill for an unmatched increase in gasoline and diesel prices and decided to stop it."

Since November 9, 2018, for the 100-liter Super 91 that has been paid since 2016, 602 FCFA has risen to 677 FCFAs and diesel fuel, maintained for two years by 526 FCFA, now costs 601 FCFA, which is 75 F

Remarks by Fulgance Dandjinou, the minister responsible for Communications, said at the end of the Council of Ministers last Thursday, that this fuel price increase is due to a variety of factors, including external factors, including the costs of barrels in the international market, known for some time.

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