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In fact, the creation of a third "temporary" category has become a ploy to avoid the hard choices. Evidence that people in such a category are actually leaving the public payroll is negligible. In fact, there is some evidence in Guinea that officially "blocked" personnel are finding their way back into the civil service after having been targeted for termination (David Steedman, back-to-office memo, June 3, 1992). e. Retrenchments also included accompanying measures to reduce the political and social cost through redeployment and retraining programs.
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B. g. limiting the filling of vacancies to strategic necessity and the ratio of one new hire for two departures, and cancellation of automatic hiring of various school graduates was another component of the adjustment programs in the Central African Republic (CAR), Ghana, Congo, The Gambia, Gabon, Kenya, Mauritania, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia and Sudan, with varying results. Generally, the process was not always respected. " Unfortunately, commitments to these trainees already in the "pipeline" before the freeze went into effect were honored, thus undermining the effect of the freeze.