Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro delivered to the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Gaudencio Mohaba Mesu, the political programme that the party presented as their electoral programme during the presidential elections in 2016 and the parliamentary and municipal elections in 2017; the resolutions adopted at the III PDGE Extraordinary Congress in 2016, and the VI Ordinary National Congress, in 2017. The meeting took place on Monday 26th February, at the national headquarters of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE).
This audience held by the PDGE General Secretary, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, with the President of the Chamber of Deputies, took place following the constitution of the two parliamentary chambers and the appointment of the new Executive.
Osa Osa Ecoro presented Mohaba Mesu with both the political programme that the PDGE presented as their electoral pledge during the latest legislative and municipal elections, and resolutions from the latest congresses held by the grouping.
The President of the chamber of Deputies declared before the press that the basic missions of the Parliament are those of control and scrutiny of Government activities, And in this our work will be to form a team between the Chamber of Deputies and the Government of the PDGE, because ultimately we are a single team. And we have a political programme as a route map in order to satisfy the needs and commitment we have towards the People of Equatorial Guinea”.
We have just received the new mandate from the People to continue our work. In the Chamber of Deputies, it was necessary to hold this audience with the PDGE General Secretary, as within the framework of the programme we want to implement, in terms of parliamentary discipline, it is also necessary to receive instructions from the General Secretary”, he added.
Following the presentation of the documents, the General Secretary insisted on the need to ensure that the programmes and resolutions of the party are dealt with speedily, in order to meet the objectives presented by the PDGE before the People of Equatorial Guinea.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea