Meeting of First Deputy Prime Minister with Political Parties Political parties meet with First Deputy Prime Minister, Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene, to address issues of funding and participation in the media.
The First Deputy Prime Minister, Clement
Engonga Nguema Onguene.
The political parties must attend the elections with their own funds, which would later be amortized by the Government after the publication of the final results.
Both the president of the Monitoring Commission and the leaders of legalized parties, with the exception of the Citizens for Innovation (CI) party, absent this session, have agreed to highlight the importance of this decision so that the elections take place in an environment freedom and transparency.
The President of the Monitoring Commission has instructed the political parties to form a subcommittee headed by the leader of the Liberal Democratic Coalition, Alfonso Nsue Mokuy, and composed of a figure from the PDGE, who will meet to coordinate this group in charge of organize the participation of the parties in the national media.
At the end of the session, the First Deputy Prime Minister thanked all participants for their massive attendance, including members of the Government belonging to the National Security departments; National defense; Justice, Worship and Prison and Interior Institutions and Local Corporations.
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