This Council of Ministers meeting, the first that the Government holds since its return to the capital of the Nation and first of the year 2015, was held in the People’s Palace on February 27, chaired by the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, assisted by the First Vice President, Ignacio Milam Tang and the Prime Minister, Vicente Ehate Tomi, among other governmental authorities.
Numerous members of the Equatoguinean Government attended this meeting of the Council of Ministers, chaired by the Head of State, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, among them: the First Vice President of the Republic, for Presidential Affairs, Ignacio Milam Tang; the Prime Minister for Administrative Coordination, Vicente Ehate Tomi; The First Deputy Prime Minster for Political Affairs, Democracy and Minister of Internal Affairs and Local Corporations, Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene; the Third Deputy Prime Minister for Human Rights, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy; in addition to Ministers of State, Delegate Ministers, Vice Ministers and Secretaries of State.
The reading and approval of the minutes of the previous session was the focus of the start of the Council meeting; followed by the synthesis report presented by the Prime Minister and the presentation of the rectified budget project of current expenses and public investments of 2015, by the Minister of Finance and Budgets, Marcelino Owono Edu.
Furthermore, during the session other items were taken up, such as the analysis and review of the management structures of the participating companies of the State, explained by the Minister of State to the Presidency of the Government for Regional Integration, Baltasar Engonga Edjo, and the report of the current revenues belonging to the months of October, November and December 2014, by the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, Purificacion Buari Lasaquero. Having exhausted the items in the agenda, the Government also analyzed other items under the section of Miscellaneous.
Text: Maria Jesus Nsang Nguema (Presidential Press)
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