Following his tour of visits to provincial capitals in the continental part of the country, the Prime Minister, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, arrived on 19th March in Luba, the capital of Bioko Sur, where he met officials from this provincial enclave.
During the meeting, which took place at the Palace of Conferences, the Head of Administrative Coordination in our country commented briefly on the trajectory of the administration from colonial times, which allowed him to call on those present to adopt the obvious rules of conduct for a public servant.
Only through the efforts of each and every one of you can our administration become an example to follow”, declared the Prime Minister, and he invited officials “to be friends of the laws governing the nation, from the Constitution, to the Law on Administrative Procedures, Judicial Law and the Law on State Civil Servants”.
Specifically, he once again appealed for responsibility in performing their functions, leaving behind attitudes that are not in accordance with the law, such as corruption or discrimination.
This meeting was attended by local and provincial authorities, led by the Governor of Bioko Sur, in addition to the Minister for Public Administration and Administrative Reform, who is part of the commission led by Obama Asue on this tour to make contact with officials.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea