New Year message from H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

The President of the Republic HE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has read an eleven-page message on Sunday that was the last day of 2017, in which he began congratulating the Equatorial Guineans who live outside and inside the country, without leaving behind to foreigners residing in the different cities of the national scope for having formed part of the climate of peace that has been registered in the national territory throughout the year that has been left behind recently, auguring hopes that 2018 will bring prosperity and luck for everybody.

HE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has pointed out that despite the difficulties and effects of the global economic recession, due to the energy crisis, the Government has carried out remarkable and encouraging actions in the country thanks to the confidence reserved by the noble people of Equatorial Guinea both in the political and in the socio-economic order, where the government together with the co-aligned political parties have printed their efforts to guarantee peace, stability and national development, for well-being and development. For what followed in the same line, he wanted to share the view that the development of democracy has no other purpose than to harmonize, conciliate groups, the different interests and criteria that encourage the parties, cultivating the sincere and democratic open dialogue in which the representatives of the political parties, civil society and the Government contribute their contribution in the political architecture that harmonizes the common good of the people.

The President has underlined in the same way that the Legislative, Senate and Municipal elections held on November 12, 2017 have marked a momentous milestone since they have successfully culminated with a great victory of the PDGE and its coalition, a result never recorded in our history. democracy, whose beneficiary, said the highest leader, is the people of Equatorial Guinea.

In another moment of the speech HE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has expressed his concern for his political strength, based on the vandalism recorded during the course of these elections perpetrated by militants of the radical political parties with the desire to create disorder and impose chaos and a post-electoral crisis that the National Public Order Forces knew how to neutralize without causing any damage.