When one is obliged to send someone as insignificant as Bruno Ben Moubamba to defend the positions of the regime in France, it means that one literally scrapes the bottom. To the arguments proposed by him on TV5, we oppose the following demolition:
Bruno Ben Moubamba on TV5: "The particularity of this national dialogue is that the resulting decisions could be translated into legislative acts."
Answer by Annoying Gabon: your regime controls all branches of power in Gabon. What prevents you from organizing your dialogue, taking these resolutions that you say are beneficial for the Gabonese people, and turning them into legislative acts, since the regime controls the whole parliament? What are you waiting for and who are you waiting for? We are at the end of February and your dialogue is not being held anywhere!
Bruno Ben Moubamba on TV5: "Mr. Jean Ping must be wise and must rise to the level of a Gabonese Mandela; that is, to be able to speak to one's oppo…