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THINK TANK References

  • Invention of the terms and concept of inclusive democracy and inclusive dialogue and its introduction for the first time in the jargon of good governance and politics.
  • Theoretical but decisive contribution to the design of a road map of the “Dakar Inclusive Dialogue” between the three Mauritanian protagonists, which allowed in 2009 the exit from the political and constitutional crisis.
  • Contribution through reflection and positive proposals in the Maghrebian framework and which have avoided dramatic consequences that could have led to protests by uncontrolled youths, March 2011
  • Contribution through a road map whose terms have been applied successfully in the crises of:
  • Kiddal, Mali;
  • Burkina Faso, attempted unconstitutional change by military rebellion;
  • The Gambia during the crisis caused by the refusal of the outgoing President to respect the elections’ results;
  • Also during the last 12 years
    • 30 ideas or projects were created and implemented following our ideas and recommendations of which we have the anteriority and the first of their publication. A book summarizes them
    • More than 40 prognostications and forecasts in our publications have been checked
    • Adopt democracy by adapting it to our realities
    • The terms of the “Political Transition”, announced by the Military Committee for Justice and Democracy (CMJD), correspond in part to our proposals in last April, but the main thing remains to be done.
    • For a democratic transition that prevents us from returning to square one
    • State Party or good democratic governance?
    • Inclusive Democracy for Countries with Insufficient Resources (I.D. for C.W.I.R.).
    • Call for dialogue between the Government and the Opposition
    • The country expected an inclusive National Dialogue and not a hybrid Dialogue with some.
    • Reasoned proposals for reform in the framework of monitoring and control for good governance of Mauritanian public enterprises and development projects
    • Sixty-four proposals for better governance: our contribution to answer the question “What governance for Mauritania after 50 years of independence”?
    • Two proposals for better economic and financial governance:
    • Appeal from a Professor to his students at the University of Nouakchott:
    • Reforming the university to develop the country!
    • Interview
    • The Dakar agreement was both a success and a failure.
    • “Regionalism” to kill “tribalism”


Series of articles on the liquidity crisis

  • I – Where does money come from?
  • II – Forms of money according to sources of creation
  • III – How money is destroyed
  • IV – Money supply and economic growth
  • V – The commercial and financial operations of a country with the rest of the world, unless balanced spontaneously and by chance, affect the quantity of money in its economy’s circuits.
  • VI – The State budget and the money supply
  • VII – From the monetary point of view, “financiers and banks” may be NON-BANKS
  • VIII – Documentary credit facilitates transactions between sellers and buyers in different countries
  • IX – Documentary remittance, instrument of collection and supplier credit at the international level
  • X – The bank offers exchange service
  • XI – The bank can help to avoid the exchange risk


Lectures and television interviews

  • Democracy
  • Currency
  • Growth index
  • The Mauritanian-Moroccan Relations
  • The Mauritanian GDP
  • The competitiveness factor
  • The new tax regime

Lectures and broadcasting Interviews

  • Cross- eyes: Political Immobility
  • Cross- eyes: the torrential rains in Nouakchott and the dialogue between the Government and a part of the opposition
  • Cross- eyes: proposals for theoretical and practical solutions to the systemic crisis
  • Cross- eyes: dialogue and recovery of bank claims
  • Cross- eyes: Democracy and Dictatorship



  • Nouakchott Airport