The members of the Permanent Commission on Infrastructures, Communications, Transport and new Technologies, moderated by the senator Demetrio Elo Ndong Nsefumu, continued the study and analysis of the Draft General Law on Road Transport on Friday 28th September.
The commission is continuing to be true to its working methodology by looking at all the documents contained within the Draft General Law on Road Transport, in order to create an integrated, improved and enriched text, which includes all the necessary amendments and contributions presented by the commission charged with the preliminary study of the draft Law, and the act submitted by the Chamber of Deputies to the Senate, with the aim of generating a legal tool which unites all the conditions necessary for approval.
Furthermore, the commissioners looked at aspects producing doubts and concerns, which will be clarified during the appearance by the Government before the commission.
The aim of the study and analysis of the Draft General Law on Road Transport is to adapt the document for the benefit of the population, according to the President of the Permanent Commission on Infrastructures, Communications, Transport and New Technologies, the senator Demetrio Elo Ndong Nsefumu.
Those aspects raising doubts within the commission will be reserved and clarified by the Government during its appearance before the commission in the near future.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea