Members of the Government located in Djibloho met in an Interministerial Council session. The meeting was overseen by the Prime Minister, Charged with Administrative Cooperation, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue.
During the meeting, members of the Government dealt with various matters directed towards the consolidation of relations between the departments making up the Public Administration. In accordance with article 50 of the Constitution, the Vice-President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, and members of the Executive, are responsible for its management under law, before the President of the Republic, before the Chamber of Deputies, and before the Senate, without prejudice to their individual responsibilities.
Along these lines, Obama Asue spoke of the importance of working as a team in order to build a better administration. The reduction in ministerial delegations, based on the operation of their services, was the first point covered at the meeting.
The members of the Government also debated a point regarding the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) biometric passports.
The preparation of a Government action report, regarding the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) congress, together with trips by official missions, individuals and monitoring commissions, were some of the other matters covered.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea