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Congo president Sassou Nguesso hails setting up of constitutional institutions

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Brazzaville, Congo, December 29 (Infosplusgabon) - Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso said on Saturday said that his government has fully established institutions provided for in the Constitution.


Delivering his state of the Nation address to Parliament in Brazzaville, he recalled that in his message on the State of the Nation last year, he undertook to ensure the establishment of all constitutional institutions.


"In 2018, our country established the National Dialogue Council, the Consultative Council of Wise Men and Traditional Notables, the Consultative Council of Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations, the Consultative Council of Persons Living with Disabilities, the Consultative Council of Youth, the Consultative Council of Women," he said.


The Head of State said that the Constitutional Court and the National Human Rights Commission were being renewed for greater dynamism.


President Sassou Nguesso also said members of the High Court of Justice have taken office adding that the court responsible for the punishment of offences committed by the leaders and detractors of the Republic has now been established.


The President said the High Authority for Combating Corruption was being created and demanded that the underlying regulatory texts be prepared quickly for its functioning.


With regard to negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Congolese Head of State announced that the negotiations were transparent, adding that a memorandum of economic and financial policy 2018-2021 had been sent to the IMF. The 2019 budget was also drawn under its close scrutiny.




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