The Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, called various commercial, construction, forestry and oil companies operating in the continental part of the country to a meeting on Tuesday 5th December.
The Prime Minister began the meeting by congratulating the collective for the good service that some of them provide in Equatorial Guinea, demonstrating that the climate of investment is favourable to all, and for that reason he asked companies to respect the laws of the administration and the corresponding employment law by meeting the clauses established by the Government.
The meeting was called by Obama Asue in order to deal with questions of corruption in the administration of some organisations, with the aim of reducing the problem.
Furthermore, the Prime Minister described the abuse of the indiscriminate felling of trees in national forests, and with respect to the commercial sector, he prioritised the recruitment of native personnel for supermarkets, the presence of quality certificates for products, and also condemned the abuse of prices.
Due to irregularities found in various areas, Obama Asue invited his collaborators to put an end to these discrepancies, giving a maximum period of three months to comply with every aspect, otherwise the Government would take steps in accordance with current law.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea