“At the end of this dialogue, our country Gabon must equip itself with solid, impersonal and lasting texts” (Mgr Jean Patrick Iba-Ibaba) –

The Metropolitan Archbishop of Libreville, Monsignor Jean Patrick Iba-ba, also president of the office of inclusive national dialogue, the opening of which took place this Tuesday, April 2, 2024 at the Palais des Sports in Libreville, hoped that this high mass provides Gabon with a truly democratic constitution that cannot be manipulated at will.

“At the end of this dialogue, our country Gabon must adopt solid, impersonal and lasting texts”declared Mgr Iba-Ibaba in his speech which foreshadows the recommendations to come, which will be translated, without complaint it is indicated, into legal texts and submitted to the referendum.

To the 600 participants and other experts involved, the president of the conference office made it clear that “the hope of an entire people rests on us”. He therefore called on everyone to “surpass themselves” to build the foundations of a true reconciliation process, far from settling scores.

“So much harm has been done to this people and this country; However, we must not give in to the temptation of incrimination or revenge”he urged.

Preceded by a call for contributions having collected more than 38,000 contributions from all citizens, this inclusive national dialogue was opened by the President of the Transition, President of the Republic, Head of State, General Brice Clotaire Oligui Nguema, in the presence of his Central African counterpart, Faustin Archange Touadera, ECCAS facilitator.

For the Gabonese number one, “I will make this national meeting a framework conducive to the incubation of innovative ideas which will inspire the writing of a new constitution, but also the promotion of laws favoring free and transparent elections”.


2024-04-02 16:43:59
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