Misión de observación de las Elecciones de Bolivia

The Ambassador of Equatorial Guinea in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has been part of the Bolivian Elections observation mission of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, which has been a resounding success and which culminated yesterday with the inauguration of the new President, Luis Arce.

As a member of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists, Equatorial Guinea was part of this Bolivian Elections observation mission last October 18 to elect President, Vice President, senators and deputies in Bolivia. Specifically, Ambassador Nvono-Ncá was chosen to actively collaborate with the group of experts appointed for this mission to observe the Bolivian Elections, which has been carried out under the auspices of the Ibero-American Observatory of Transparency, Justice, Democracy and Human Rights .

Together with Nvono-Ncá, the Bolivian Elections observation mission was made up of Andrés Guerrero, President of the Ibero-American Association of Jurists; Cesar López de Bacaicoa, member of the Coordinating Committee of the Ibero-American Commission for Diplomatic, Protocol, and Trade Union Relations of Ibero-American Jurists; Eva Ventura Díaz, Assistant Secretary to the Ibero-American Jurists Presidency; and Mabel J. Antezana Arispe, International Lawyer and Observator in person.

I want to send all my congratulations to the new president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, for his recent inauguration and I wish him good luck in his term.

Carmelo Nvono-Ncá

In addition, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, as well as the rest of the delegation, was invited to attend the acts of transmission of presidential command and assumption of the president-elect, Luis Arce, which took place yesterday, November 8, in the city peace. Unfortunately, due to the health alarm situation that is being experienced throughout the planet, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, Ambassador Nvono-Ncá could not be present at the event, although he has offered the new president all his support in the legislature that starts.

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