EQUATORIAL GUINEA: Prime Minister carries out inspection visits.
22.04.2017-Malabo/ Within the context of the work inspections being made by the Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, in the continental part of the country, on Thursday 20th April he visited the cities of Ebebiyin, Mongomo and Evinayong.
The operation of the public administration and some matters of administrative interest were clarified by the Prime Minister during his visit to various places in Ebebiyin, Mongomo and Evinayong.
The first stop was the Government Delegation in Ebebiyin, where he clarified the process of reduction of ministerial delegations, and declared that there was a high number of delegates. He also visited the conference room on account of some imperfections caused in the building due to a lack of maintenance.
In Mongomo, Obama Asue outlined the same message on the role that governors and provincial delegates should play within the scope of their influence, together with the problem of drawing a salary for certain officials who do not turn up for work. Along those lines he said that the commission looking into the fight against corruption is doing its job.
Evinayong was the last stop on his tour. There he faced cases of employment injustice, such as drawing various undue salaries, a practice which he described as illegal and unfair, and he highlighted the fact that it brought with it a large degree of administrative disorder.
The matter of retirement was also looked at by the Government member, as, in accordance with the law, those officials who have given more than 40 years of service must be retired, together with those who have reached 65 years of age, which could allow the new graduates to occupy places in the administration.
During the visits, Obama Asue was assisted by the Minister for Public Administration and Administrative Reform, Faustino Ndong Esono Eyang.
Equatorial Guinea's Press and Information Office.
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