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The African Mechanism of Peer Review (APRM) celebrates its 10th anniversary under the theme “the APRM at the service of the African people.” On the occasion of this celebration, a press breakfast was held April 18, 2013 in Ouagadougou to “assess” the progress of this mechanism contributes to good governance on the continent.
March 9, 2003 – March 9, 2013. 10 years that the APRM, “at the service of the African peoples”, was adopted in Abuja, Nigeria. In the land of upright men, the celebration is marked by several activities including a meeting with the media men. Objective: To look back on the decade of the mechanism and give the prospects for a self-assessment of the continent.
The areas in the evaluation of democracy and political governance, economic governance and management, corporate governance and socio-economic development, said Jean Baptiste Natama, Chief of the African Union (AU) and former Permanent Secretary of the APRM.
Special briefings, press conferences, round tables and symposia as well as radio and television programs will mark the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the APRM in the country.
The APRM is not a coercive instrument for states, stressed Dr. Moustapha Mekideche, which also stressed the need to strengthen social dialogue mechanism. It is also necessary according to him, to address all the issues of governance, even if they are angry for emergence of this continent “rich” in its meaning.
CREDITS: Wendyida Germaine KERE In Burkina 24