Decree No. 2010 - 1439 November 4, 2010

Original Language Title: Décret n° 2010-1439 du 4 novembre 2010

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Decree No. 2010-1439 November 4, 2010 order No. 2010-1439 November 4, 2010, amending Decree No. 2010-925 8 July 2010 on allocation of services of the State and control of public institutions, societies and companies with public participation between the Presidency of the Republic, the Prime Minister's Office and ministries.

The President of the Republic: pursuant to the Constitution, particularly articles 43 and 76;

Having regard to Act No. 90-07 of 28 June 1990 on the Organization and control of companies in the broader public sector and control of human moral law benefiting from financial assistance from the public authority;

Having regard to Decree No. 2009 - 451 30 April 2009 appointing the Prime Minister;

Having regard to Decree on July 8, 2010 2010-925, distribution of services of the State and control of public institutions, national companies and companies with public participation between the Presidency of the Republic, the Prime Minister's Office and ministries as amended by Decree No. 2010-1036 August 5, 2010 and 30 September 2010-1298;

Considering Decree No. 2010 - October 4, 2010 1356, appointing a new Minister and establishing the composition of the Government.

The report of the Prime Minister, decreed: Article 1. (- Decree No. 2010-925 8 July 2010 referred to above is amended as follows: Ministry of housing, the CONSTRUCTION and of the hydraulic 2 °) Directions: remove: medical infrastructure branch.

Ministry of health and of the PREVENTION 3 °) Directions: Add: Direction of the medical infrastructure.

S. 2 - the Prime Minister and Ministers are responsible each in relation to the implementation of this Decree which shall be published in the Official Journal.

Made in Dakar, November 4, 2010.

Abdoulaye WADE, the President of the Republic: Prime Minister Souleymane Ndéné NDIAYE