For the fifth time, the commission met to look at the Draft General Law on Road Transport. The 4th October meeting, led by the senator Demetrio Elo Ndong Nsefumu, was attended by the President of the institution, Teresa Efua Asangono.
The commission once again met in Sipopo, the provisional headquarters of the Upper Chamber, to look at the second reading of the draft General Law on Road Transport.
The work began with an analysis of articles 36 and 39, which were adopted with slight amendments of a formal nature, amending furthermore articles 40 and 41 by fusing them under a single heading which was adapted in chapter five, in reference to the transport of perishable goods, and articles 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 52 and 53, which refer to the definition of international transport, faculties and exclusion in the exercise of the activity, the legal regime to be applied, the conditions for foreign transporters to operate, the definition of tourist transport, the enabling authorisation, the powers of the local authority, and the prior conditions of a personal nature on order to carry out the activities, covered in the first, fifth, seventh and eighth chapters, which were adopted without amendment.
The members of the commission also adopted articles 50 and 51 of the version of the ad-hoc commission without amendment.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office