The satisfaction of the works office –

The inclusive national dialogue (DNI) actually got to the heart of the matter on Monday, with the start of work in committees and sub-committees at the Sino-Gabonese cooperation stage in Angondjé. The working methodology and the different themes to be addressed, as well as the useful information, are gradually disseminated and broken down by the various committee leaders.

Taking stock of this first day of work, the spokesperson for the dialogue, Mgr Jean Bernard Asseko Mve said, on behalf of the office of the said meetings, “rejoice that the commissioners approach the work with serenity, self-sacrifice, courtesy and mutual respect.”

This means that the work has indeed been launched, as was noted by the Minister of Institutional Restoration, Murielle Minkoué Mezui, who toured the “owner” in the middle of the noon, accompanied by the office of the assizes led by the Metropolitan Archbishop of Libreville, Mgr Jean Patrick Iba-Ba.

The organizers reviewed all of the twelve (12) sub-committees overseen by the three (3) commissions set up around the poles of political, economic and social governance.

On the occasion, the commissioners did not fail to bring to the attention of the Minister of Institutional Restoration, some concerns linked in particular to the insufficiency of the rooms and the desired improvement in working amenities: tables, chairs and various supplies.

The visit to the commissions by the minister and the dialogue office ©

The member of the government, attentive to the requests of the commissioners, promised to take corrective measures as soon as possible, without forgetting to remind everyone of the numerous and legitimate expectations of the Gabonese populations at the end of the work of reflection and of designing the Gabon of tomorrow which is their responsibility.

According to the operational schedule of work, the general report of the inclusive national dialogue must be validated and adopted between April 25 and 27, before being officially submitted to the president of the transition, on April 30, 2024, the closing date of these meetings during an official ceremony planned at the Libreville Sports Palace.

Féeodora Madiba

2024-04-08 23:50:11
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