Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, PDGE General Secretary, presented during the afternoon session of the first day of the VI Ordinary National Congress, a report on the activities carried out by the National Office, the Executive, and the National Council, since the celebration of the last Congress, in April 2012.
Osa Osa Ecoro began his speech by affirming that the importance of this VI Ordinary National Congress, which coincides with the 31st Anniversary of the Founding of the PDGE, would allow an examination and review of institutional aspects required in order to adapt to the constant challenges implied by all political processes.
The PDGE, following the celebration of the III Extraordinary National Conference, must avoid misrepresentations, manipulations and confusion at all costs. This VI Ordinary National Congress has the delicate mission of proposing the most appropriate design for the future for the people of Equatorial Guinea from the PDGE social provision”, affirmed the General Secretary.
Young people and women have a priority role, “as their proposals have been integrated within the Political Action Plan wisely drawn up by Brother Militant President Founder, Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for the evidently vulnerable and priority sectors in our country. Through this we wish to continue to build the future of this country; to continue to extend responsible, democratic freedoms; to continue to support the well-being and integrated development for all, until we reach the level of a developed country”.
He also had words of indignation for the masquerade of a judicial process instigated by Transparency France and the French courts against the Vice-President of the PDGE and of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea: In addition to being unfair, illegal, and a parody of justice, it is and forms part of the strategy of attacks and demolition of sovereignty, stability, the Institutions and leaders of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, fur the undisclosed interests of neo-colonialism”.
He then gave a detailed account of activities carried out by the party since the last Ordinary National Congress to date, a five-year period in which significant action and innovation has taken place within the party, and he concluded by asking for “the sincere commitment of all militants, sympathisers and dignitaries in the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, in order to continue to back, as has been the case to date, the continuous willingness of the President Founder of the PDGE, Brother Militant Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, to turn Equatorial Guinea into a haven of freedom, peace, order and tranquillity, through the adherence to and implementation of positive action within the framework of the moral and ethical behaviour of “Do good and prevent bad”, set by the statutory regulations of the party”.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea