The Government of Equatorial Guinea will remain in Bata

February 11th , 2014 → 8:03 am @

Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – February 11th, 2014

 

The need to relaunch once again the  institutional activities in the capital of the region of Litoral, after some years in which the capital was only in Malabo, is the main reason that the President and the Government have established once again that the Executive Branch remain in Bata.

For this reason alone, the Head of State met with the Ministers of the different branches, on Friday, February 7, in a special Government Council, which had the only topic of establishing the appropriate guidelines for the transfer of all the Government to Bata.

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Appointment of Counselors of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea

January 25th , 2014 → 2:13 pm @

The text of Resolution 2, whose full document is attached to this article, states: “RESOLUTION Number 2, dated January 19, which appoints the Counselors of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea:

Considering the circumstances coinciding in their persons and in exercise of the powers conferred to me by the Statutes and Regulations of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea, I hereby appoint the Advisers of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea as follows:

SPECIAL ADVISERS OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL

1.       Party Member Ignacio MILAM TANG.

2.       Party Member María Teresa EFUA ASANGONO.

3.       Party Member Angel Serafín SERICHE DOUGAN.

4.       Party Member Salomón NGUEMA OWONO.

5.       Party Member Clemente Engonga NGUEMA ONGUENE.

6.       Party Member Santiago Nzobeya EFUMAN NCHAMA

7.       Party Member Demetrio Eló NDONG NSEFUMU.

8.       Party Member Batho Obama NSUE MANGUE.

9.       Party Member Marcelino OWONO EDU.

10.     Party Member Melchor ESONO EDJO.

11.     Party Member Santiago ESUA NKO.

12.     Party Member Antonio Pascual OKO EBOBO.

13.     Party Member Seguno MUÑOZ ILATA.

14.     Party Member Secundino NVONO AVOMO AVOMO.

15.     Party Member Jose ENEME OYONO.

16.     Party Member Francisco Pascual OBAMA ASUE.

17.     Party Member Miguel OYONO NDONG MIFUMU.

18.     Party Member Aniceto EBIACA MOHETE.

19.     Party Member Mauricio BOKUNG ASUMU.

20.     Party Member Santiago-Ondo ESONO ASANGONO.

21.     Party Member Enrique NSANG BEKA.

22.     Party Member Prudencio BOTEY SOBOLE.

23.     Party Member Jose María ONDO OYONO EYANG.

24.     Party Member Purificacion BUARI LASAKERO.

SPECIAL ADVISERS OF THE NATIONAL OFFICE

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Political Affairs: Party Member Alejandro Evuna OWONO ASANGONO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Administrative Coordination: Party Member Metodio SEHE NSI BINDANG.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Press, Printing and Image: Party Member Santiago Ngua NFUMU EYANG.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Foreign Affairs and Treaties: Party Member Agapito MBA MOKUY.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Economic Policy: Party Member Eusebio IPIKO PENDA.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Financial Policy: Party Member Eucario BAKALE ANGUE.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Social Policy and Education: Party Member Mari Carmen EKORO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Protocol, Ceremonies and Public Relations: Party Member Teodoro Biyogo NSUE OKOMO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on University Education Policy: Party Member Carlos NZE NSUGA.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Institutional Relations: Party Member Juan Olo MBANSENG.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on policy in favor of youths: Party Member Manuel Sabino ASUMU CAWAN.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Foreign Policy: Party Member Pastor Michá ONDO BILE.

– Special Adviser of the National Office on Gender Equality: Party Member Eulalia ENVO BELA.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Regional Integration: Party Member Baltasar ENGONGA EDJO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Programming: Party Member Fortunato OFA MBO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on International Organizations and Foreign Policy of the Party: Party Member Crispín Jaime SANGALE RONDO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on Policy of the Gulf of Guinea: Party Member Jose MBAABESO.

-Special Adviser of the National Office on International Cooperation: Party Member Angel MOKARA MOLEILA.

– Special Adviser of the National Office on Hospital Care: Party Member María del Carmen ANDEME ELA BUNA.

ADVISERS OF THE NATIONAL OFFICE

1. Adviser in the Department of Coordination of Parliamentary Groups and Legislative Action: Party Member JESUSA OBONO ENGONO.

2. Adviser in the Department of Strategies, Ideas and Programs: Party Member Malela IDJABE NGADI.

3. Adviser in the Department of Economic Policy and Financial Affairs of the Party: Party Member Muakuku RONDO IGAMBO.

4. Adviser in the Department of Habitat and Housing: Party Member Reginaldo ASU MANGUE.

5. Adviser in the Department of Infrastructural Development Policy: Party Member Alejandro MICHA NSUE.

6. Adviser in the Department of Protocol, Ceremonies and Public Relations: Party Member Juan Francisco EBENDENG ANGO.

7.  Adviser in the Department of Organization: Party Member Armando DOUGAN CHAMPION.

8. Adviser in the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy: Party Member Pedro ELA NGUEMA BUNA.

9. Adviser in the Department of Institutional Relations: Party Member Benjamín Mbá EKUA MIKO.

10. Adviser in the Department of Administrative Coordination: Party Member Tomás ESONO AVA.

11. Adviser in the Department of Communication and Mass Mobilization: Party Member Domingo MITUY EDJANG.

12. Adviser in the Department of Economic Policy and Financial Affairs of the Party: Party Member Randy-Salvador EVUNA ANDEME.

13. Adviser in the Department of Policy of Rural Development and Food Security: Party Member Valentín ELA MAYÉ.

14. Adviser in the Department of Labor Policy: Party Member Enrique MERCADER COSTA.

15. Adviser in the Department of Education and Culture: Party Member Luis MEGOGO ROLE.

16. Adviser in the Department of Health Policy and Environment: Party Member Práxedes RABAT MAKAMBO.

17. Adviser in the Department of Affiliation and Control of Members: Party Member Rafael EBANGMBA.

18. Adviser in the Department of Human Rights and Gender Equality: Party Member Elías OVONO NGUEMA.

19. Adviser in the Department of Computers, Networking, Innovation and Printing: Party Member Salvador MANGUE AYINGONO.

20. Adviser in the Department of Municipal and Urban Development Policy: Party Member Leocadio NDONG MOÑUNG.

21. Adviser in the Department of Legal Services and Law of the Party: Party Member Fernando SIALE DJANGANI.

22. Adviser in the Department of Defense and Security: Party Member Benjamín EKORO MANGUE.

I hereby decree this Resolution, made in the city of Mongomo on the Nineteenth day of January, two thousand fourteen.

DEMOCRACY, DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE

Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
Founding President”

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Appointment of the Secretaries-General of Ministries of Equatorial Guinea

November 2nd , 2013 → 3:53 am @

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – November 2nd, 2013

On October 30, 2013, the Presidential Decree number 161/2013 was issued, appointing the Secretary-Generals of the various ministerial departments of the Central State Administration. We publish these appointments below.

Decree Number 161/2013, dated October 30, appoints the Secretaries-General of the various Ministerial Departments of the Central State Administration.

Considering the circumstances of these persons and exercising the powers conferred upon me by Article 41, Paragraph h) of the Basic Law of the State, I hereby appoint the Secretaries-General of the various ministerial departments of the Central State Administration, which are as follows:

1.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation: SANTIAGO BIVINI MANGUE.

2.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Justice, Religious Affairs and Penitentiary Institutions: MARIA DEL CARMEN MBEZE NGUEMA.

3.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of National Defense: ALFREDO ABESO NVONO ONGUENE.

4. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Local Corporations: VICTORIANO ENGONGA ONDO KEA.

5.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of National Security: AQUILINA MANGUE EVUNA ANDEME.

6.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Public Investments: GENARO ELA KUNG.

7. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Commerce and Business Promotion: FRANCISCO MEDINA CATALAN.

8.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Finance and Budgets: MARCELO BETA ECHUACA.

9. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Transportation, Technology, Postal Services and Telecommunications: RAMON NONATO OBAMA ÑENGONO.

10.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education and Science: PEDRO ESONO NSE.

11.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare: LUIS NGUEMA ONA BINDANG.

12. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructures: MIGUEL-ANGEL JORA BABO.

13.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security: MONTSERRAT NBONKANKA TABARES.

14.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry: SANTIAGO NSENG MANGUE MEKEMESA.

15.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Mining, Industry and Energy: VICENTE ABESO MBUY.

16. Secretary-General of the Ministry of Information, Press and Radio: MANUEL NDONG BIBANG NGUY.

17. Secretary-General of the Ministry for Social Affairs and Gender Equality: BENEDICTO NSI IYANGA.

18.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Fisheries and the Environment: PAULINO NGUEMA MEBAHA.

19.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Public Administration and Administrative Reform: JESUS MIKO NGUEMA.

20.  Secretary-General of the Ministry of Youth and Sports: JOSE-RAMON OBAMA SIMA.

21. Secretary-General of the Department of Culture and Tourism: UBALDO-MARCOS NGUERE ALOGO.

22.  Secretary-General of the Department of Civil Aviation: LEANDRO NGUEMA MBA.

I hereby order this by this decree, given in Malabo, on October 30, 2013.

FOR A BETTER GUINEA

Signed:

OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO

 

 

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The First Lady of Equatorial Guinea receives Jeronimo Osa Osa

October 31st , 2013 → 6:13 am @

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – October 28th, 2013

Constancia Mangue de Obiang met in an audience with the new Secretary General of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE).

Jeronimo Osa Osa greeting the presidential couple at the opening of the new building of the PDGE

Jeronimo Osa Osa greeting the
presidential couple at the opening of
the new building of the PDGE

This first official meeting between the First Lady and the recently appointed new Secretary of the Party was held on Monday, October 28 at the residence of the Head of State.

The head of the National Office, Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro, came to speak to the First Lady in her capacity as Honorary President of the Women’s Organization of the PDGE.

The meeting provided a framework for the new Secretary-General to request the guidance of Constancia Mangue de Obiang in order to carry out the great responsibility that President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has entrusted him with.

Jeronimo Osa Osa Ecoro was appointed new Secretary-General of the PDGE on October 4.

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The President of Equatorial Guinea addresses the new senators

October 10th , 2013 → 3:46 pm @

Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – October 10th, 2013

H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has reminded the new senators of their great responsibility in the new Senate to defend the interests and welfare of the people of Equatorial Guinea: “A senator that ignores the needs of the people cannot fully assume his functions.”

H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

 

The President addressed the new senators on the opening day of the Senate, to remind them of the great mission that lies before them starting today. After greeting them warmly, he reminded them that the people had placed their trust in them to represent them and, therefore, to defend their interests: “The Senate was created to protect these interests in a way that ensures balance and the common good of Equatorial Guinea. Thus,” continued the President, “the main mission of this Senate will be the identification and definition of these interests and then to consider their defense through specific laws that do not discriminate and that protect all groups within the national community.”

In his speech, the Head of State stressed the importance of the new Senate of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, not only to pass the laws, but also to cater to local interests. In this regard, H.E. recalled that is representatives from all over the country had been chosen: “The Senate not only confirms the laws, but must exercise the parliamentary initiative required by Law, especially if local interests must be satisfied, as long as they fall within the framework of the law. However,” he added, “the fact of defending a local interest must not imply a discrimination in the whole country, nor should it be with prejudice to other interests.”

For the President, being appointed senator “represents the highest honor a citizen can receive from his people, because it comes from defending the interests of the people.” Therefore, he also noted that “a senator that ignores the needs of the people cannot fully assume his functions.”

He also stressed that the new bicameral system should help “ensure peace, stability, order and sociopolitical harmony, which requires men who act with prudence, patriotism and humanism, to understand that the people’s interests are above our personal desires.”

In closing his speech, the President referred to the necessary fluidity of the new Senate with other departments: “I hope that the relations between the Senate and the Executive, as well as with other branches and institutions of Government, are characterized by understanding, cooperation and solidarity to achieve a common goal which is the welfare of our people and the exaltation of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.”

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Full Slate of Meetings for President Obiang at 68th U.N. General Assembly

September 26th , 2013 → 6:09 am @

Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – September 26th, 2013

NEW YORK — Bilateral and multilateral diplomacy are on the agenda.

PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Equatorial Guinea’s President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo will address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 26. President Obiang has a full schedule of other events his week, including several meetings with other heads of government and heads of state.

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Swearing in of substitute deputies of Equatorial Guinea

September 23rd , 2013 → 5:32 am @

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – September 23rd, 2013

 

On Friday, September 20, the opening of the First Ordinary Session of the Chamber of Deputies took place, which was chaired by H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

This ceremony, coordinated by the Director General of Protocol of the legislative body, Victor Esono Nsue Mbang, began with the oath of office before the Head of State of the substitute deputies, who because of the promotion of the office holders who moved on to higher responsibilities or because of death, occupy those vacant seats to avoid incompatibility.

Therefore, Juan-Rocu Enumbie was sworn in as second member and Francisco Asumu Bikuy as first secretary of the table of the Chamber of Deputies. Gabriel Orobiyi Bankole and David Nguema Mañana replace Evangelina-Filomena Oyo Ebule, current Minister of Justice, Religious Affairs and Penitentiary Institutions, and Francisco Mba Olo Bahamonde, Minister of Transportation, Technology, Postal Services and Telecommunications, in the constituency of Malabo; Maria-Leonor Bula Epam Beribe for the constituency of Baney; Ernesto Aurelio Etadji Ehome and Benjamin Mitogo Bielo for the constituency of Luba; Genoveva Nchama Nguema for the constituency of Bata: Maria Consuelo Nguema Oyana for the constituency of Mbini; Nuria Lucia Beholi Epesi for the constituency of Cogo; Bartolome Ndong Abeso for the constituency of Mongomo; Bienvenido Beyeme Nsue for the  constituency of Anisok; Jaime Ela Ndong for the constituency of Akonibe; Natividad Ondo Bibang for the constituency of Ebebiyin; Wenceslao Nzamio Enguang and Jesus Oyono Meina for the constituency of Micomeseng, and Juliana Mangue Esimi for the constituency of Nsok-Nzomo.

Before the personalities who make up the country’s official institutions, the Vice Presidents of the Republic, one for Presidential Affairs, Ignacio Milam Tang, and the other for  National Defense and State Security, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, Presidents of other Constitutional bodies, Government and diplomatic corps, the Head of State presented the opening speech of these sessions by congratulating all of the components of the legislative body for the trust that the people of Equatorial Guinea have placed in them.

 

 

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First appointments of the new Government of Equatorial Guinea

September 5th , 2013 → 6:18 am @

Posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – September 5th, 2013

Yesterday, Monday, the Presidency of the Republic published the decrees appointing the Prime Minister of Government to Vicente Ehate Tomi and Deputy Prime Ministers to  Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene, Lucas Nguema Esono and Alfonso Nsue Mokuy.

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Vicente Ehate Tomi, Prime Minister of the Government for Administrative Coordination, was confirmed in his position, according to Decree number 119.

Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene continues as First Deputy Prime Minister for the Political Sector, Democracy and Minister of Internal Affairs and Local Corporations, Lucas Nguema Esono, Secretary General of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE), goes on to be the Second Deputy Prime Minister for Social Affairs and Minister of Education and Science, according to decrees number 120 and 121.

Finally, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy was appointed Third Deputy Prime Minister for Human Rights, according to decree number 122.

In the upcoming days, the swearing in of offices will take place before the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

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Complete list of Equatorial Guinea Senators and Representatives

July 23rd , 2013 → 11:01 am @

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – July 23rd, 2013

Here is the complete list, in alphabetical order, of the Senators and Deputies of the new bicameral Parliament, which was inaugurated by the President of the Republic, H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo on July 12.

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As the President of the Republic said: “On July 12, 2013, began a new page in the history and evolution of democracy in Equatorial Guinea, with the launch of the two major representative bodies that constitute the bicameral Parliament established by our Basic Law, namely: the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.

The Senate has 75 Senators, instead of 74, since Angel Serafin Seriche Dougan, former President of Parliament, was appointed, as provided in the Constitution, Senator by right; and the Chamber of Deputies with 99, since Seriche Dougan became senator, his position is now vacant, waiting to be covered by substitute from the same constituency of the PDGE.

We must remember that this year, for the first time, begins the operation of the Higher Chamber or the Chamber of the Senate, after the reform of the Basic Law.

List of Elected, Appointed and Natural Senators, respectively, in alphabetical order:

1. AGUSTIN NDONG ONA MBUY, 2. AGUSTIN NSE NFUMU, 3. ALEJANDRO ENVORO OVONO, 4. ALFONSO NSUE MOKUY, 5. ANASTASIO ASUMU MUM MUÑOZ, 6. ANATOLlO NDONG MBA, 7. ANGEL ESONO ABAHA MANGUE, 8. ANGEL MESIE MIBUY, 9. ANGEL NDONG ESONO EYANGA, 10. ANGEL SERAFIN SERICHE DOUGAN MALABO, 11. ANICETO EBIAKA MOHETE, 12. ANSELMO ONDO ESONO ASANGONO, 13. ANTONIO JAVIER NGUEMA NCHAMA, 14. ANTONIO PASCUAL OKO EBOBO, 15. ATANASIO ELA NTUGU NSA, 16. BASILlO EDU NGUEMA NZANG, 17. BATHO OBAM NSUE MENGUE, 18. BERNARDINO EDU OBA, 19. BUENAVENTURA MOSWI M’ASUMU, 20. CARMELO MOKONG ONGUENE, 21. DEMETRIO ELO NDONG NSEFUMU, 22. DOMINGO MITUY EDJANG, 23. ELlAS ONDO EDJO, 24. ELlAS OVONO NGUEMA, 25. EUCARIO BAKALE ANGÜE, 26. EULALlA ENVO BELA, 27. FIDEL MARCOS MEÑE NKOGO EYANG, 28. FLORENCIO MAYE ELA, 29. FORTUNATO NZAMBI MACHINDE, 30. FORTUNATO OFA MBO, 31. FRANCISCO MABALE NSENG, 32. FRANCISCO MASA BELOPE, 33. GUILLERMINA MOKUY MBA, 34. HERIBERTO MEKO MBENGONO, 35. HILARIO KOMBA DIVANI, 36. IGNACIO MILAM TANG, 37. JACINTA MBANG NGUEMA, 38. JOSE ANTONIO ELOMBA VIÑAS, 39. JUAN ANTONIO BIBANG NCHUCHUMA, 40. LEOCADIO NDONG MONUMU, 41. LUCAS NGUEMA ESONO MBANG, 42. MANUEL SAÑABA SILOCHI, 43. MARCELlNO NGUEMA ONGUENE, 44. MARCELlNO OYONO NTUTUMU, 45. MARIA NCHAMA BAYEME, 46. MARIA NIEVES EKORO NSANG, 47. MARTIN CRISANTOS EBEE MBA, 48. MARTIN ELA ONDO, 49. MAXIMO MICO ONDO. 50. MELCHOR ESONO EDJO, 51. METODIO SEHE NSI BINDANG, 52. MIGUEL MBA NZANG, 53. PASCUAL ONDO MASA, 54. PEDRO ONDO NGUEMA OKOMO, 55. PILAR DJOMBE DJANGANI, 56. POLlCARPO MONSUY MBA, 57. PURIFICACION BOHARI LASAGUERO, 58. RICARDO MAXIMO TORAO OYO, 59. ROSENDO ELA NSUE MIBUY, 60. SALOMON NGUEMA OWONO, 61. SALVADOR ELA NSENG, 62. SANTIAGO HINESTROSA BEHOLl, 63. SANTIAGO OBAMA NDONG. 64. SANTIAGO ONDO NTUGU ANGUESOMO, 65. SATURNINO OKE ESONO BINDANG, 66. SILVESTRE SIALE BILEKA, 67. TEODOMIRO NZE MANGUE, 68. TEODORO NGUEMA OBIANG MANGUE, 69. TERESA AVORO NGUEMA, 70. TERESA EFUA ASANGONO, 71. TOMAS MECHEBA FERNANDEZ GALlLEA, 72. VICENTE EHATE TOMI, 73. VICENTE RODRIGUEZ SIOSA, 74. VICTORIANA NCHAMA NSUE OKOMO, 75. VIDAL CHONI BECOBA.

List of Elected Deputies, in alphabetical order:

1. ADORACION SALAS CHONCO, 2. AGAPITO OBAMA BEE ONDO, 3. ALFREDO MITOGO MITOGO, 4. AMADO NGUEMA OWONO, 5. AMANCIO MITOGO NSE AFANG, 6. AMPARO MELE COLlFA, 7. ANGELA ASUNCION MBASOGO, 8. ANITA MBASOGO OBIANG, 9. ANSELMO SEPA MBAMUALA, 10. ANTONIA MBANG NDONG, 11. BARTOLOME MENE AKOGO, 12. BERNARDO ABAGA NDONG, 13. CARMELO NGUEMA NTUTUMU, 14. CIRIACO TAMARITE BURGOS, 15. CLEMENTINA EDAYONG NDONG, 16. CONRADO OKENVE NDOHO, 17. CONSTANTINO OBIANG ESONO, 18. CONSUELO ONDO NSANG, 19. CRISPIN ENGONO NGUEMA, 20. DAVID MBA EDU, 21. DIOSDADO VICENTE NSUE MILANG, 22. DOLORES NCHAMA SIMA, 23. DOMINGO ANTONIO NVE MBA, 24. ENRIQUETA NZE MIKO, 25. EPIFANIO NDONG SIMA, 26. EUSEBIO IPIKO PENDA, 27. EVANGELlNA FILOMENA OYO EBULE, 28. FEDERICO ABAGA ONDO NFONO, 29. FELlCIANO NVO OLUY, 30. FELlCITAS SAMUEL NDONG MANGUE, 31. FELlSA MADI SUAKIN, 32. FELlZ ANGOSO BAKALE, 33. FERNANDO OBIANG ANGÜE, 34. FILlBERTA PILAR BEKARI JANDU. 35. FILlBERTO NGUEMA AFUGU, 36. FLORENCIO GERARDO ONDO EKANG, 37. FRANCISCA TATCHOUP BELOPE, 38. FRANCISCO ASUMU BIKUY, 39. FRANCISCO MBA OLO BAHAMONDE, 40. GABRIEL BEE NDONG MENGUE, 41. GABRIEL MEMBILA BORILO, 42. GAUDENCIO MUABA MESSU, 43. GREGORIO ESONO MIKO, 44. GUADALUPE NCHAMA ELA, 45. HERIBERTO MATUKU AMAGRO, 46. HERMES ELA MIFUMU, 47. HIPOLlTO MBA SIMA, 48. ISABEL ERAUL IVINA, 49. JESUS EVUY MONSUY, 50. JERONIMO OSA OSA EKORO, 51. JESUS ENGONGA NDONG EYONO, 52. JESUS MBA NGUEMA, 53. JESUSA OBONO ENGONO NCHAMA, 54. JOSE ANTONIO ESONO OBIANG, 55. JOSE EMILlO NDONG MESIE, 56. JOSE PABLO NVO OWONO, 57. JOSEFINA MEDJA NZENG MANGUE, 58. JUAN ASUMU ELA MEDJA, 59. JUAN FERNANDO NVARA ENGONGA, 60. JUAN JOSE ALAIS ESIN, 61. JUAN ONDO NSE MEDJA, 62. JUAN ROKU ENUMBIE, 63. JUAN ZACARIAS ONDO BINDANG, 64. LAMBERTO OWONO MAYE, 65. LEONOR BULA EPAM BIRIBE, 66. LUIS EDJANG NKUMU, 67. MANUEL NGUEMA MUANAYONG, 68. MANUELA AYANG NTONGA 69. MARCOS MITOGO MBA AVOMO, 70. MARGARITA AYETO MBURU, 71. MARIA LUISA SIMA MANGUE, 72. MARIANO NVO NDONG NCHAMA, 73. METODIO MBASOGO MANGUE, 74. MIGUEL EDJANG ANGUE, 75. MIGUEL BOTEY SOBOLE, 76. OLEGARIO OPO BIAHO, 77. PEDRO CRISTINO BUERIBERI BOKESA, 78. PEDRO ONDO MITOGO, 79. PLACIDO MICO ABOGO, 80. PRAXEDES RABAT MAKAMBO, 81. REGINALDO ASU MANGUE, 82. ROBUSTIANO MOMOCOBO TALE, 83. RUFINO CAMARERO PELAYO, 84. SALOMON NFA NDONG NSENG, 85. SALVADOR BENGONO BENGONO, 86. SALVADOR BONSUNDI MABALE, 87. SALVADOR ELA NDONG MBUY, 88. SALVADOR NGUEMA MANGUE, 89. SAMUEL ATEBA OWONO, 90. SANTIAGO CASTO NVOMO BIBANG, 91. SANTIAGO GABRIEL OSCAR NSUE MOKUY, 92. SANTIAGO NGUEMA ABAGA, 93. SANTIAGO NSOBEYA EFUMAN, 94. SANTIAGO ONDO ESONO, 95. SEVERINO ONDO NGUEMA, 96. SILVESTRE ABAGA EYANG, 97. TIBURCIO NDONG NGUEMA AYINGONO, 98. VENANCIO KAMI MOKATA, 99. VICTOR ONDO NSO MBASOGO.

 

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Equatorial Guinea Government All set for the opening of the new term

July 11th , 2013 → 10:18 am @

posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – July 11th, 2013

For two days, the new senators and deputies have carried out the accreditation process in the House of People’s Representatives. The oath they all take will be carried out in the presence of the President of the nation, in a solemn public ceremony to be held in Sipopo next Friday, July 12.

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