The Minister of social affairs, Pauline Irène Nguene is expected this November 15, 2021 at 2:30pm before members of the foreign affairs’ committee of the national assembly, in order to defend three bills related to the well-being of disabled and elderly persons.
The full and tight November ordinary session of parliament unfolds its agenda this day with the finance and budget committee meeting and later on in the afternoon with, the scrutiny of bills.
The three bills to be defended by the minister of social affairs, Pauline Irene Nguene are: the bill authorizing the President of the Republic to ratify the United Nations’ convention related to the rights of people living with disabilities; the African Charter’s protocol for the right of people living with disabilities and the African charter’s protocol for the right of elderly persons.
Minister Pauline Irène will once more appear in front of members of the foreign affairs’ committee for the improvement and promotion of elderly persons’ welfare.
Recently during the March session of parliament, the minister of social affairs defended the bill authorizing the President of the Republic to ratify the Marrakech Treaty. The Marrakech Treaty adopted by parliament is aimed at facilitating access to published works for persons who are blind, visually impaired or otherwise print disabled.