The first ordinary session of the Parliament of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) for 2019 will take place in Malabo, under the presidency of Daniel Ona Ondo.
In this first meeting, which will take place on 8th February, the agenda for the parliamentarians will contain an examination of the general budgets, as is the custom during each session, and a presentation of the general report from the Commission on the operations of the institution which brings together Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Gabon, Chad, Congo and Central African Republic.
Among the aims of the CEMAC Parliament is the democratic control of the parliaments in the various member States.
CEMAC was created in 1994 to take the reins of the Central Africa Economic and Customs Union, and also regroup the Central Africa Monetary Union (UMAC) and the Central African Economic Union (UEAC). Its mission is to establish an increasingly strengthened union between the peoples of member States, in order to reaffirm their geographical and human solidarity.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office