For the first time in history, Equatorial Guinea participates as an international observer in elections in Ibero-America. Specifically, the elections in Bolivia, in which Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the European Union, has participated in the observation mission sent by the Ibero-American Jurists Association.
Equatorial Guinea became a member of this reputable legal body last August and the observation mission in the Bolivian elections is the first major mission in which it participates under its umbrella. Nvono-Ncá, representing Equatorial Guinea, has been part of the group of observers in charge of closely monitoring and analyzing the entire electoral process in Bolivia, the culmination of which was the elections held last Sunday, October 18. The observation delegation has been led by Andrés Guerrero, President of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, and has been complemented by two other international organizations, which have also successfully followed the entire electoral process in Bolivia.
It has been an honor to participate as an observer in elections in Ibero-America, under the protection of an institution such as the Ibero-American Association of Jurists.
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.