National Transitional Council (Congo) The National Transition Council of Congo
(French Conseil national de transition
) was a political body in the Republic of the Congo
that was involved in the composition of the 1997 General Sassou Nguesso
's government, setting up a 75-member body in the place of the parliament.
The National Transitional Council adopted a new Constitution
of Congo in May 2001. The new Constitution enabled the government to choose the date of presidential, parliament and local elections.
Stance of UN
supported the National Transitional Council of the Republic of Congo.
Support the transition from the present National Transition Council - NTC (present transitional parliament) of the Republic of the Congo to a democratic institution capable of carrying out the tasks that are assigned to it, and to fulfill its legislative function to control the government’s actions and represent citizens in a way that promotes sustainable human development.
- ^ “Legislatures around the world”.C-Span.orgC-SPAN.
- ^ Conseil national de transition: Constitution (2011)
- ^ "Republic of the CONGO (Brazzaville)" (PDF). United Nations. March 2001. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 26 August 2011.
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