Jobs Continue for the VI Table for National Dialogue

According to the established programme, two presentations were conducted in the first session of jobs (one by the lawyer, Sergio Esono Abeso Tomo and another by Manuel Mba Nchama), which were moderated by the Prime Minister of the government, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue. There were also interventions by representatives of the parties PDGE, UP, CLD, PSD, ADP, CPDS, CNGE, UCD, PCSD, PSD, UNDGE, PND, APG, CNGE, UDS

During the brilliant speech by the first speaker by lawyer Sergio Esono Abeso Tomo, he spoke about law regulations and actions perpetrated by colonists on Equatorial Guinean land in regards to both the administration, and on social and economical levels, before, during and after the independence of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. In the same context, he highlighted the feats carried out by the natives for the abolition of the human trafficking of native people in the decolonisation of the nation.

The ‘Strengthen the Respect of Human Rights’ presentation’ by the speaker, Manuel Mba Nchama, included three essential points which explained Human Rights; the attention to vulnerable and social layers and their classification, and provided some recommendations on these subjects he presented.

In relation to the presentations by the political parties UP, CLD, PSD, ADP, CPDS, CNGE, UCD, PCSD, PSD, UNDGE, PND, APG, CNGE, UDS, the same as the political activists of the diaspora, they coincided in their appeal to the government on the implementation of a republican administration for the attainment of plans made in the city. They also highlighted that the government should work and strengthen sectors even more such as security, education, the health service, domestic violence and public safety.

As regards juvenile crime, the opposition of the PDGE highlighted several aspects on the implementation of reformatories with viable systems that aid the rehabilitation of such adolescents, the attainment of a juvenile court for such criminal acts, in addition to a government effort in the execution of national government and judicial laws, among other subjects.

The Secretary-General of the PDGE, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, defended the praiseworthy task that the government has reaped up to today, and highlighted that Equatorial Guinea has experienced a political, economical, cultural and social advance, thanks to the administration by the president and founder, S.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

As a result of all presented above, the Minister for Information, Press and Radio, Eugenio Nze Obiang, in representation of the government and its delegates, took note of the interventions by the political party representatives, and clarified doubts in relation to the set objectives and achievements reached up to today.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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