The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, personally welcomed the new Ambassador of Spain in the Belgian capital, Alberto Antón Cortés, whom he also thanked for the Iberian country’s respect for the electoral processes in Equatorial Guinea and has reported on the evolution of the electoral campaign in the country.
The presidential and legislative elections in Equatorial Guinea will be held next Sunday, November 20. For this reason, Nvono-Ncá informed the Spanish Ambassador about the concurrence of the 17 existing parties in the country. However, speaking as one more citizen with the right to vote, the Equatorial Guinean Ambassador highlighted the great achievements achieved thanks to well-managed oil benefits.
He thus highlighted the brilliant dedication of the PDGE candidate, the current President Obiang, in masterfully getting his economic policy right in recent years. Nvono-Ncá thus affirmed that the vote for the PDGE candidate is “a vote of gratitude and recognition for dedicating his life in exchange for the better well-being of the Equatoguinean population.”
The Ambassador of Spain, for his part, conveyed to Nvono-Ncá his desire that the electoral processes take place with the greatest transparency and respecting the right to vote of citizens.