Head of State Audience with ACP observers President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met with delegates from Africa, the Caribbean, and Pacific, who were unanimous in determining that Equatorial Guinea has made progress in the democratization of the country with the elections on May 26.


-"The tripartite elections organized by the Government of Malabo are a further step forward in the development process of democratization of the country." These were the words spoken to the press by the Ambassador of the Dominican Republic, Alejandro Gonzales Pons, in his capacity as head of the commission of the group of ambassadors appointed by the 79 countries of the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Group (ACP), and that have participated as observers in the recent elections held on May 26 in Equatorial Guinea.

The members of this group met with the Head of State of Equatorial Guinea on Monday, the first day of the post-electoral period. The audience was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister for the Political Sector and Democracy and Minister of Internal Affairs and Local Corporations, Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene; Daniel Evina Abee, Ambassador of Cameroon accredited to Belgium and to the European Union, the Ambassador of Fiji in Belgium, Peceli V. Vocea, and the ACP senior official for relations with international organizations, Mahamane Cisse.

They have exchanged views with the President on the progress of the democratization process of the country, referring, of course, to the special elections of this past Sunday.

Text: Javier Obama.
Photos: Santos Oba.
(Presidential Press Team)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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