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CEMAC struggles to draw up its 2022 spending programme

The extraordinary meeting was called by CEMAC chairman, former Gabonese prime minister Daniel Ona Ondo.
The extraordinary meeting was called by CEMAC chairman, former Gabonese prime minister Daniel Ona Ondo. © Facebook/Commission CEMAC
The institution headed by former Gabonese prime minister Daniel Ona Ondo has set its 2022 spending programme at 94bn CFA francs. This looks like an increase on the previous year but, in fact, the failure of member states to pay their contributions will lead to a drastic reduction in its operating costs. [...] (281 words)
Issue dated 08/03/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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