The audience, which took place on 6th September, aimed to bring closer the positions on collaboration between Legislative and Judicial Power. The meeting took place days after the remodelling of the judicial apparatus in our country.
The President of the Senate, Teresa Efua Asangono, assisted by her First and Second Vice-presidents, A�ngel Serafin Seriche Dougan Malabo and Agustin Nze Nfumu, received the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, David Nguema Obiang, within the framework of his round of contact meetings with the heads of the three State powers.
On arrival at the Senate, he was congratulated by the President of the institution for his new promotion. Nguema Obiang, in addition to highlighting the important legislative work being carried out by the Upper Chamber in coordination with the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in order to attend society’s needs, put to Efua Asangono the meed to set up fluid cooperation between the two institutions, and thus establish a fresh working dynamic between the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Powers.
David Nguema Obiang appeared before the Senate with a firm determination to oversee the administration of justice with transparency and fairness, in order to consolidate peace and maintain social balance.
For her part, the President of the Senate describes the initiative as excellent, and declared the willingness of her institution to promote ties of collaboration between the two, while underlying the willingness of the Senate to assist the Government with the implementation of socio-economic and international policies which strengthen the integrated development of the country.
Source: Senate Press Office