Parliamentarians Out to Control and Evaluate Government Decentralization Actions.
Law Makers belonging to the parliamentary network for decentralization and local development on Tuesday, November 22, 2021 during their second general assembly met at the Yaounde Conference Center, to fine tune ways of making the organization more active and meaningful by doing away with the misunderstanding that hindered the parliamentarians to execute their actions without stress.
According to the president of the network Hon Berthe Nanga Mefant, the second General Assembly is to evaluate their actions, review the text that registered the network, to see if there is any difficulty to put in action the network status. The coming together of the members of the parliamentary network for decentralization and local development at the Yaounde Conference Center is to revive the last year validated status that was heavy to be implemented and caused misunderstanding among the members in carry out concrete actions.
The parliamentarians during their second General Assembly came to the conclusion of enlarging the bureau in order not to go out of their responsibility “One of the greatest resolutions is that the bureau be enlarged, so that we should remain on our role as parliamentarians in order to control government actions.”
The members of parliament have come to the understanding that, they have to involve their actions only on things that regard them and permit the executive branch of the government to carry theirs hitch free. Evaluating and controlling government actions to ensure that decentralization as prescribed by the Head of State is effective in all the Regions of the country remains the desire of the network members. The new status of the network has a president, a vice president a secretary and council members.
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