A senior delegation from Equatorial Guinea, made up of the president of the Supreme Court of Justice, David Nguema Obiang, the Attorney General, Anatolio Nzang Nguema, and the Minister for Justice, Worship and Penitentiary Institutions, Salvador Ondo Nkumu, and accompanied by the Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to Morocco, Salomon Nfa Ndong, are taking part from 21st October in the II International Justice Conference in Marrakesh, in the Kingdom of Morocco. Under the high patronage of king Mohammed IV, this conference, opened under the banner “Justice and investment: issues and challenges”, brings together over 40 Justice Ministers and a large number of senior officials of high judicial councils, magistrates and prosecutors, in addition to key players in specialist international economic and financial institutions.
The two-day conference has four topics on the agenda: the modernisation of the legal system for business, the role of justice in the improvement of the business climate, the use of ICT technologies, in addition to posing questions on information and the problems of regional groupings.
These workshops are an opportunity to share and debate the crucial issue of the link between justice and the development of investment and the role of justice and the law in improving the attractiveness of the environment, commercial incentives and investment.
It is hoped that the conference will provide an opportunity for consultations among the countries and organisations, and the possible signing of bilateral conventions.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea