Henri Loundou, director of cabinet, representing Calixte Nganongo, Minister of Finance and Budget, opened, Wednesday 31 July 2019 in Brazzaville, a seminar on the popularisation of Regulation N0.1 CEMAC (Central Africa Economic and Monetary Community) of 11 April 2016, on the prevention and suppression of money laundering, terrorist financing and the proliferation of weapons in the sub-region.
Henri Loundou, director of cabinet, representing Calixte Nganongo, Minister of Finance and Budget, has officially launched the activities of three (3) single clearing windows (GUD) and supervised the inauguration of three (3) Postal Bank branches in Congo (BPC). The ceremonies took place on Monday 29 in Cabosse and Souanké, in the Sangha division, and on Tuesday 30 July 2019 in Ewo, in the Cuvette-Ouest division.
The Prime Minister, Head of Government, Clément Mouamba, took note of the recommendations made by the members of the Parliament following the Budget Orientation Debate (BOD) 2020-2022. This commitment was made during the two plenary sessions on Monday 12 August 2019, held on the eve of the closing of the 6thordinary sessions of the two Houses of Parliament, which opened on 2 June at the Palais des Congrès in Brazzaville.
Calixte Nganongo, Congolese Minister of Finance and Budget, a statutory member of GABAC, opened Monday 5 August 2019 in the Congolese capital city, a seminar for pre-assessing the mechanism for the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism in Congo. On this occasion, he received the Technical Compliance Questionnaire from Etienne Tabi, Permanent Secretary of GABAC.
Friday 2 August 2019 in Brazzaville, Constant Badia, Director General of Nationales Financial Institutions (DGIFN), presided over the 4thannual consultation meeting of this departmentof the Ministry of Finance and Budget and the managersof 11 banks established in Congo.
The members of the interministerial team in charge of the implementation of the technical control and deployment of the IT system for verification of the legality and traceability of timber in Congo-Brazzaville (SIVL), meeting in a worshop, from Thursday 25 to Saturday 27 July 2019 at the Kintelé International Conference Centre (north of Brazzaville), validated 6 documents and made for recommendations for the operationalisation of this reform.
Before the national and international press, the Prime Minister, Head of Government, Clément Mouamba, held, Thursday 18 July 2019 in Brazzaville, a press conference in the auditorium of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Congolese Diaspora. The Extended Credit Facility (ECF) Agreement between Congo and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), signed in Washington DC (USA) on 11 July, was the focus of this exchange.
The president of the Steering Committee (COPIL) of PRISP, Gervais Bouiti Viaudo, special adviser of the Prime Minister, in charge of governance, presided over the second ordinary session of the Committee, Monday 15 July 2019, in Brazzaville.
The Council of Ministers met on Wednesday 3 July 2019 in Brazzaville, under the authority of the President of the Republic, Denis Sassou-N'Guesso. Among the nine (9) items on the agenda were the two-part communication by the Minister of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo. The first part dealt with the implementation of the State budget, 2019 financial year, as of 31 March. The second component concerns the protection of the Medium-Term Budget Framework (CBMT) 2020-2022.
Housed in the building of the Ministry of Finance and Budget, the Data-center which has been visited Friday 28 June 2019 in Brazzaville, is a Data Storage Centre intended to host, among other things, data on the electronic processing of files and the payment of bursaries and educational aids for students applying. This visit comes 11 days after the official launch of the E-SCHOLARSHIPS electronic platform.