Thanksgiving mass to mark thirty-seventh anniversary of Constitution

On 19th August the Equatorial Guinea Parliament attended a thanksgiving mass to mark the occasion of the thirty-seventh anniversary of the Akonibe Magna Carta, which is celebrated every 15th August.

Four days after the ceremony to present qualifications to over one thousand graduates from the National University of Equatorial Guinea in Oyala, which was overseen by the Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the parliamentarians, led by their presidents, Teresa Efua Asangono and Gaudencio Mohaba Messu, went to Bata Cathedral to attend a thanksgiving mass to mark the anniversary of Equatorial Guinea basic Law, the Akonibe Magna Carta.

During the religious ceremony, which was also attended by the President of the Supreme Court of Justice, the Vice-President of the Council of the Republic, the Second Deputy Ombudsman, the Attorney General, members of the Government led by the First Vice Prime Minister and Minister for Education, the Governor of the Province of Litoral, and the Mayor President of Bata City hall, among other authorities, the priest Bernardino Ava, in his homily, highlighted the importance of repentance, and cited the Basic Law as a tool which guarantees and assures peace.

Slource: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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