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VERY GOOD PERFORMANCE BY RAYMOND NDONG-SIMA BEFORE JOURNALISTS! TRÈS BONNE PRESTATION DE RAYMOND NDONG-SIMA FACE AUX JOURNALISTES!

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      English version   On this Sunday, Prime Minister Raymond Ndong-Sima was before journalists to give an overview of what has been done since the transition’s regime took power.   From Raymond Ndong-Sima's first appearance before the press in his capacity as Prime Minister, it can be said that he made a very good impression. He immediately and directly articulated the main objectives of his government, and also the main challenges. He was able to articulate his cabinet's top priorities.   In front of journalists, the Prime Minister was confronted with two main issues: the precariousness of the Gabonese population with its corollaries which are the high cost of living, the lack of social coverage, the lack of housing, the problem of public transport; and that of the security of the Gabonese people in the face of floods, the problem of roads and infrastructure in general, etc.   To all these questions, Raymond Ndong-Sima demonstrated that he had a brillia

FINALLY, BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA WILL BE HOSTED IN CAMEROON! FINALEMENT BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA SERA REÇU AU CAMEROUN !

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A MUST-READ ANALYSIS! UNE ANALYSE À LIRE ABSOLUMENT !

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ALI BONGO IS SAID TO BE BEHIND ON HIS HOUSE BILLS! ALI BONGO SERAIT EN RETARD SUR LE PAIEMENT DE SES FACTURES DOMESTIQUES !

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BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA AND THE TRANSITION MUST IMPERATIVELY RESTORE THE DIGNITY OF GABONESE ARTISTS, LIVING AND DEAD! BRICE-CLOTAIRE OLIGUI-NGUEMA ET LA TRANSITION DOIVENT IMPÉRATIVEMENT RENDRE AUX ARTISTES GABONAIS VIVANTS ET MORTS, LEUR DIGNITÉ!

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  English version   Gabon has had, has and will continue to have, great artists. Here, we call on the authorities of the Transition to set up a project that will enhance the value of the Gabonese artist. We offer you a sample of some of our best musicians. The list is far from exhaustive and represents only a tiny sample.     Version fran ç aise   Le Gabon a eu, a et aura encore, de très grands artistes. Ici, nous lançons un appel aux autorités de la Transition de mettre en place un projet qui revalorisera l’artiste Gabonais. Nous vous offrons un échantillon de quelques-uns de nos meilleurs musiciens. La liste est loin d’être exhaustive et ne représente qu’un infime échantillon.

NOW THAT THERE ARE DEATHS, LET THE TRANSITION TAKE REAL ACTION. TELLING PEOPLE TO JUST BE CAUTIOUS AND VIGILANT DOESN'T SOLVE ANYTHING! MAINTENANT QU’IL YA DES MORTS, QUE LA TRANSITION PRENNE DE VRAIES MESURES. DIRE AUX GENS DE FAIRE SIMPLEMENT PREUVE DE PRUDENCE ET DE VIGILANCE, NE RESOUD RIEN !

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IF THE MINISTER OF CIVIL SERVICE HAD BEEN HORRIBLE, THE MINISTER OF URBAN PLANNING WAS BETTER; BUT BOTH DIDN'T GET THE AVERAGE! SI LE MINISTRE DE LA FONCTION PUBLIQUE AVAIT ÉTÉ MINABLE, CELUI DE L’URBANISME A ÉTÉ MEILLEUR ; MAIS LES DEUX N’ONT PAS OBTENU LA MOYENNE!

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      English version   Leadership is a concept that refers to people with diverse authorities in society. A Minister of the Republic is a person with a certain amount of authority and the responsibilities that come with it. A minister must have leadership skills (be able to lead men and women, and persuasion skills) and sector management skills (knowledge of the sector's issues and mechanisms).   The show "Les Grands Dossiers" on November 26, 2023 on Gabon Television, was the second of its kind. It concerned the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development. It was a follow-up to the first one about the public service. This blog introduces the principle of grading ministers according to their performance during this program. For us, the first two shows yielded the following results:   Minister Sector Score out of 20 Comment Raphael Ngazouze Civil service 2/20 Very disappointing perfo

THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY BY A GABONESE ENTREPRENEUR! L’UTILISATION DE L’ÉNERGIE SOLAIRE PAR UN ENTREPRENEUR GABONAIS!

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PROVIDED THAT THE TRANSIENT DOES NOT BECOME PERMANENT! POURVU QUE LE TRANSITOIRE NE DEVIENNE PAS PERMANENT!

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      English version   To resolve the situation of the rupture of the National Highway 1 as a result of the heavy rains that have fallen on Libreville and its surroundings in recent times, the transition regime has used a solution that was... "transitory".   Indeed, the transition used a temporary bypass to allow traffic to resume; The time it would take for a real bridge to be built over the N1. But this blog knows that temporary solutions often become permanent in Gabon; And consequently, the regime of transition is called upon not to succumb to the transitory, which would be an easy solution.   The regime's objective this weekend was above all to reconnect Libreville to the rest of Gabon. In this regard, we can only congratulate the transition and say bravo to them for having managed to reconnect Libreville from the rest of the country in less than 24 hours. Nevertheless, this transitional solution remains inadequate because it is a makeshift circumv

LET'S LAUGH A LITTLE: MBORANTSUO'S SON WANTS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE HIGH COST OF LIVING! RIONS UN PEU : LE FILS DE MBORANTSUO VEUT LUTTER CONTRE LA VIE CHÈRE!

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TEMPORARY RESTORATION OF TRAFFIC ON THE NATIONAL ROAD 1! RÉTABLISSEMENT TEMPORAIRE DE LA CIRCULATION SUR LA NATIONALE 1!

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LIBREVILLE NOW CUT OFF FROM THE REST OF THE COUNTRY AND WITHOUT WATER AT THE TAPS! LIBREVILLE DESORMAIS COUPÉ DU RESTE DU PAYS ET SANS EAU AUX ROBINETS!

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WE WILL NEVER BE FREE IF WE ARE AFRAID OF THE TRUTH! ON NE SERA JAMAIS LIBRE, SI ON A PEUR DE LA VÉRITÉ!

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      English version   The coup d'état by Brice-Clotaire Oligui-Nguema has just given the Gabonese people a taste of what freedom could be like. But given the reactions of some Gabonese to issues that can be complex and shake them up, it is clear that many Gabonese would prefer to "have freedom", that is to say, to have à la carte choices to choose how to exercise this option of freedom; rather than being free, that is to say, choosing to follow only one's existential compass which demands that every decision obey only what one believes. On the exercise of freedom, the Gabonese people are still tightrope walkers.   Even with the small freedom that the CTRI has engendered, the Gabonese people are already realizing that being free is much more difficult than having freedom. Indeed, this blog sees every day that many Gabonese systematically refuse to be free, choosing the freedom to refuse to be free out of convenience.   It is these Gabonese, when you