Trip to Angola for Parliamentary delegation

On 26th February, the Parliamentary delegation, led by senator Pilar Djombe Djangani, travelled to Angola to take part in the meeting of presidents of the national groups in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP), which begins on 27th in the city of Luanda.

The delegation, including the senators Buenaventura Monsuy Masumu and Salvador Mangue Ayingono, and deputies Francisco Asumu Bikuy, Santiago Ondo Esono, JesA�s Mba Nguema and lawyers from the two chambers, left Malabo bound for Angola to represent our country at the meeting.

The purpose of the meeting is to plan the activities that the community will carry out during the 2019-2020 period, in three working commissions. The first will deal with policy, citizenship and free movement; the second will deal with language, education, science and culture; while the third will cover the economy, the environment and cooperation.

Furthermore, the senator Pilar Djombe Djangani reported that the delegation, in addition to holding the presidency of the first commission in legislation, strategy and citizenship for the CPLP national groups, and the secretariat of the third commission, will also present the work done by Equatorial Guinea as a full member of the community, with regards to the implementation of Portuguese as an official language, and on the free movement of people and goods within the CPLP space.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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