On the eve of the elections -presidential and legislative-, the Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, and also accredited to the Netherlands, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has traveled to the capital of international justice, the Dutch city of The Hague, to maintain vital meetings and denounce the atrocities of the CI Party.
After depositing before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) the reply of Equatorial Guinea in reference to the case against Gabon, Nvono-Ncá held important meetings with some Ambassadors accredited before the most influential institutions of international justice. Thus, after meeting with the Spanish Ambassador to the Netherlands, Consuelo Femenía, he also took the opportunity to meet, on the eve of the elections, with one of the Ambassadors who is characterized not only by his extensive international political experience, but above all by his prestige before the justice institutions in The Hague: the Ambassador of Guatemala, Jorge Skinner-Klée.
Political parties have to respect the rules of the game, recognize their weaknesses and accept the virtues of other parties. In the differences lies the wealth of a people and a country.Carmelo Nvono-Ncá
Ambassador Nvono-Ncá took advantage of this meeting to explain the context that is being experienced in Equatorial Guinea on the eve of the elections and the painful situations that have been generated, due to the unjust death of an agent of the security forces and the national order of the country, at the hands of the CI party.
“We hope that the prosecutor will clarify this situation and rule on it because an action in such bad faith cannot go unpunished, even more so on the eve of general and presidential elections,” the Ambassador assured his Guatemalan counterpart. “Political parties have to respect the rules of the game, recognize their weaknesses and accept the virtues of other parties. In the differences lies the wealth of a people and a country”, he concluded.