On 9 January 2017, Pierre Moussa, the Chairman of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) Commission, convened the heads of departments and directorates attached to his office at the Commission’s provisional headquarters in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.
After exchanges concerning the conditions to be put in place for a good functioning, instructors were instructed to take all the necessary measures to smooth the resumption and the presence of the executives at their posts and that without condition . “The surveillance cameras are on the march and the absentees will be severely punished,” said Pierre Moussa.
To understand the disaffection among the employees of the Cemac Commission, it should be remembered that this community institution was wandering because of the almost permanent disturbances at its headquarters in Bangui, Central African Republic.
To put an end to this situation, Pierre Moussa and the President of the Council of Ministers of the Union of Central African States (Ueac), Baltasar Engonga Edjo’o, on Saturday 29 October 2016, Which officially retrocedes a building in Malabo which is now the temporary seat of the Commission.