After having successfully participated as an observer in the Bolivian elections last October, Equatorial Guinea could once again be an observer in the Peruvian elections, which will be held on April 11.
Specifically, it would be the Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, who would be a member of the important Peruvian elections Observation Mission that the Ibero-American Jurists Association is forming. Given the importance of the event, Nvono-Ncá has traveled to Madrid to meet with the team of the important association to be informed first-hand of the possible inclusion of him in the delegation of experts.
Equatorial Guinea became a member of this reputed legal body last August and the observation mission in the Bolivian elections last October was the first major mission in which the Equatorial Guinean country participated under its umbrella. The delegation to observe the Bolivian elections will be led by Andrés Guerrero, President of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, and will be complemented by other great professionals in the field of international law, members of the association.
The Ibero-American Jurist Association is home to all those countries whose vehicular language is Spanish or Portuguese and its primary objective is focused on the search, study, promotion and promotion of “Ibero-American Integration”, both at the national level. as international, in any sector related to the world of law. In addition, the organization has been rigorously responsible for years of being an international observer in different elections in Latin American countries. Until 2025, all the countries of Latin America will have to hold elections, so this event can be a great opportunity.