A meeting between the National Commission of the African Peer Review Mechanism (CN-APRM) and the Senate of Côte d’Ivoire has been held in Abidjan to reinforce the multi-stakeholder dialogue framework on governance.
Opening the proceedings on behalf of the President of the Senate, the Secretary General of the institution, Soumahoro Aboubacar Cidick said that the goal was to sensitize senators on the process of the APRM, discuss the process of development of the National Policy (PNG), collect comments and comments from participants and to facilitate the proposal of the status reform offer to be included in the plan.
The Chairman of the APRM National Commission, Bernard Konan, welcomed this meeting, which put the two entities at the same level of information.
The APRM National Commission presented the background and the assessment of its activities since the establishment of this mechanism, followed by a moment of exchange between the different parties.
The Senate is the second chamber of Ivorian parliament. It votes the laws, grants the tax, controls the governmental action and evaluates the public policies.
The NC-APRM is responsible for conducting the internal review process in Côte d’Ivoire, implement the strategic and political orientation of the African mechanism of peer review in line with national and regional programs periodically produce the related reports.