In view of the state of abandonment found in the city of Bata in recent times, due to the poor maintenance of its streets, avenues, and public and private buildings, the Government of Equatorial Guinea has passed as a consequence a resolution assigning to the ministerial departments from the State Central Administration the streets, avenues and neighbourhoods in the city of Bata, for the control and supervision of the activities of cleaning and conditioning by the members of the Government.
This information emerged from the Interministerial Council meeting held on 17th July at the Regional Office of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Bata, the first to be held in the capital of Litoral since the Government moved.
The resolution, dated 16th July 2019, the object of analysis during this meeting overseen by the Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, was attended by the First and Second Vice Prime Ministers of the Government, Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene and A�ngel Mesie Mibuy, respectively.
The resolution assigns to various ministerial departments the role of controller and supervisor for cleaning and conditioning of the streets, avenues and public and private buildings, in order that the second most important city in the country recovers its former aesthetic and splendour.
Along the same lines, the concerning matter of delinquency which has been seen in recent years throughout the nation, and particularly in Bata, was another of the matters covered during the meeting. The Government is concerned about the situation of violence that is frightening the people of Equatorial Guinea, and wants to take urgent action to put an end to this social scourge.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office