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total rupture with the past by closing the doors of all ministers and their permanent secretaries and placing them under close watch?

2) How to facilitate a smooth transfer of power by allowing ministers and their permanent secretaries to prepare handing over notes which will be received by the new ministers and their permanent secretaries in order to prepare a new blue print under their operation under a new government?

It is not clear to Foroyaa which approach the government will take, but in the case of the prime minister and the minister of the interior, notes were handed over in an amicable way with the former members exchanging notes and expressing trust.

The change would lead to progress due to the quality of the office holders for both the offices of the prime minister and minister of the interior. If this process of change is done by all the ministries, the new Senegalese government would avoid a rupture. This would have given it a good start without antagonistic contradiction.