The Senate plenary session approved the agenda corresponding to work for the second period of ordinary parliamentary sessions.
The plenary session, overseen by Teresa Efua Asangono, assisted by the First and Second Vice-Presidents, A�ngel Serafin Seriche Dougan Malabo and Agustin Nze Nfumu, approved unanimously the agenda on 4th September, which covers among other aspects the organisation of work for the commissions entrusted with studying and analysing the second parliamentary passage for documents issued by the Government to Parliament.
Following the creation and presentation of the agenda by the Senate Table to the Board of Spokespersons for revision and agreement, the document was approved unanimously, and then the minutes from the previous meeting were read, by the Second Secretary of the Table, Crispin Jaime Sangale Rondo, who also adopted the agenda without reservations.
The agenda covers the organisation of work for the commissions entrusted with studying and analysing the texts that will be issued by the Lower Chamber to the Senate to be given a second reading, together with any other business.
The minutes from the previous meeting were approved with small corrections. In the any other business section, the President announced the creation of an Ad-hoc Commission, which will be responsible for preliminary studies for the Land Transport Project, which will be overseen by the senator Demetrio Elo Ndong Nsefum, and another on the Permanent Commission for Justice and Human Rights, led by Silvestre Siale Bileka. The two will begin work on 5th, while awaiting reports issued by the Chamber of Deputies.
The senator Salvador Sabas Bolekia, charged with matters relating to Internet in the new building which houses the Upper Chamber, took advantage of the occasion to report to the plenary session on the progress of work for the installation of cabling which is being carried out by GETESA technicians.
Source: Senate Communication Office