Nkita bwa Equateur

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lisanga mpo ya kimia mpe lisungi na makoki.

Na baye nioso ba lingi ko komela biso, tompe ba oyo bazali na posa ya biyano na mituna na bango.
Ebongi na bino ko kotikela biso lolenge ya bozongisi biyano, kombo na yo, tompe lisanga na bino, singa na bino (telephone) esika bozuami, (adresse) soki te ekozala pasi mingi na biso ko komisa biyano epayi na bino.

Republic of Equateur

Welcome to the Government of the Republic of Equateur

The Republic of Equateur World Wide Web Services provides public access to information about the Nations of Equateur, its People, Organizations and general information of the Country.


LOBI BWA NKITA BWA EQWATEUR
MOKANDA MOTINDAMI NA BAYE BWA EQUATEUR
MAYE EKOSALAMA SIMA BWA LIPANDA

Bokoti bwa mapinga bwa bokangoli equateur na Mbandaka, Ekozala botomboli monene mpo na ko sinzela mboka nioso bwa equateur.
Ba mapinga nioso bwa equateur ba kosangana pona kosala Police ya nNkita biso(Equareur).

Mbulamatari bwa nkita oyo moponami, ekokamba ba boponami na bosomi sima sanza misato.(3 mois), na lisungi ya ba nganga nzambe mpe bayi-mboka. Pona kopesa misala na bakonzi bwa bokambi ekolo.
Moto nioso aleki mbula zomi na mwambe, akoki kosala to mpe kokamba etonga nioso oyo ekopesamela ye.

Boponami ekozala polele mpe na limemia, mpe mwana mboka nioso a kozala na bosomi bwa boponi moto oyo ye akopona.
Nkita bwa Equateur azali na mbulamatari oyo mwana mboka nioso, Engumba nioso, Etonga moko na moko. Akozali na bosomi ya kopesa moto oyo ye alingi mpo ya bolobeli bango na bayi-mboka.

Bana bwa Equateur, ba kozala na bosomi ya kopesa mpe kopona mibeko nini eko zala malamu, mpo na bolamu bwa nkita mpe bokambi nkita. Oyo moto nioso akomimonisama.
Mbulamatari bwa Equateur akoyingela mpo ya botomboli nkita na biso.

Posa ya liboso ya bakambi nkita na biso, ekofanda na etumba na nzala, kosilisa bozangi, eteyelo to mpe malongi, kolongono mpe misala bwa bolamu. Nioso wana nde bitumba monene ya kolonga liboso.

Eteyelo ya mwana mboka lioko na lioko, ezali na tina mingi. Pamba te, yango nde nzela oyo mbula mbulamatari ya biso aponi pona kofungola bikuke bwa bayi-mboka. Bakambi bakobongisa makoki ya kotindika bato kokende liboso na malongi na bango.

Mbulamatari akobongisa minganga na engumba lioko na lioko, etonga moko na moko pona bola bwa bayi mboka bwa Equateur, mpe nioso oyo ya eteyelo to mpe monganga, lipaso ekozala pamba, moko te akobimisa lomeya na libenga na ye. Ndenge lioko na eteyelo tompe malongi. Ndelo ekozala te mpo na mbula na oyo nioso akozala na posa ya kokende mosika.

Pona oyo nioso posa ya kokoba mosika, lisungi ekomonana na sima bwa mbulamatari, mpe elikia na misala na suka ya malongi to mpe eteyelo.
Mbulamatari bwa Equateur akombongisa lifuti malamu na moko namoko oyo akosala. Lifuti ya suka to pe moke ekozala na 10.000$ na mbula moko.

Na basali bwa nkita

Misala mpe malongi bwa mosala oyo ya bakolo, ekozala polele na mabota ya bana ebele, mbulamatari bwa Equeteur akobongisa lisungi to mpe lisalisi na nzela ya misalu bolamu bwa nkita na biso.

Na mikolo to mpe mibange na biso kokoma 60 ans

Mbulamatari bwa Equateur akobongisa nioso mpona kosunga bakolo kozua bomoyi molayi na nzela ya efandeli, mpe lobiko na bokono, niso oyo etali bibende bwa minganga ya malamu.

Ndingisa na bana mboka

lisungi ya bosikoli nkita bwa Equateur ezali mosala etindameli biso bana mboka, pona kobundela nkita mabele ya ba koko, koluka bomoto na biso, mpe lipanda bwa Equateur.

Na sanza ya somi na moko, mbulamatari na biso akoleka na etumba monene mpoya kosikola mboka mobimba, na yango ezali na tina mingi na mwana mboka lioko na lioko esika ye azuami na koyeba maye mpe kosangana na biso.panda te esengi na biso kobunda mpo na nioso esengi kombomba bokoko na biso, lolenge mpe efandeli na biso, mpe nkota na biso.

Nos droits

Mwana Mboka nioso akoza na bosomi na ye moko, mpe mibeko bwa nkita ekobatela moko moko na biso.

Ezaleli mpe efandeli na biso liboso ya banguna

Mwana mboka akoki kondima soki moke te nioso oyo ekuwuta epayi ya monguna, mwana mboka liboso ya monguna, ebongi na biso kosala mayele mpote nioso tokosala mpe koloba ekoki kosongela biso na sima.
Mpe ekoki ko lembisa maye ma lipanda bwa nkita. Koyingela mpe kimia eleki malamu liboso ya banguna bwa Equateur.

Ezaleli na biso liboso ya bapaya

Ebongi na mwana mboka nioso, liboso ya bapaya kozala na nkeso mpe ko kanga monoko. Mamba te oyebi te nani ozali ko sopela maye ma bino bwa nkunku.

Eyamboli mitali ndako bwa misolo

Ndako bwa misolo bwa Equateur esamaki na makomi bwa tata mokonzi ya ekolo na biso na sanza ya libwa 05/07/2007.
Boye ndako bwa kisolo esalemaki mpo na lisungu ya ko kamba nioso etali bomengo bwa nkita na biso.
Mpe ndenge kani tokoki kokabola malamu, mpe na bosembo oyo etali bozui ya ekolo na bana mboka.
Boyeyi ya mosolo na biso oyo babengi ( ) oyo ezali na bozito ndenge lioko na $.


The Programme of Government of the Republic of Equateur

The Republic of Equateur subscribes to the core values of Constitutional Democracy

Constitutional Democracy

The Ideological Foundations of State Administration are those of a Constitutional Democracy both in values, principles and policies:

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS

- Life
- Liberty
- Freedom of press
- Freedom of speech

JUSTICE

- Due process
- Protection against unreasonable search and seizure
- Rule of law
- Right to a speedy public trial by a jury

THE COMMON GOOD

- Provide for safety and security
- Promote the general welfare

CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

- Majorities have right to make political decisions
- Respect for differences
- Equal protection of the law
- Social equality
- Right to vote and seek office
- Equal employment opportunity
- Equal housing opportunity

Public Safety and Security

Without Safety and Security, good governance and the provision of all political goods, is impossible.

Security refers to a nation-state’s monopoly of violence. If there are insurgencies within the state, violence against the government in power, or rebellions against authority, the nation-state is neither safe nor secure for its people. Likewise, if the state is invaded from outside or has porous borders, the government of the nation-state cannot provide, as nation-states are mandated to do, a safe and secure environment for the pursuit of individual or group free endeavours within the nation-state.

Nor are the citizens of a modern nation-state safe or secure if the government in power cannot guarantee their personal security. Citizens demand to be free of mugging, car jacking, violent crime, and homicide. Thus, personal security is the second major component of the political good of safety and security. Countries with lower crime rates are supplying greater quantities and qualities of the safety segment of the political good of safety and security than those states where crime is rampant.

The control of the Level of violent crime in the streets.
Difficulty on the ease of access to small arms and light weapons and its tight regulation.

National Defence and Security

To establish a disciplined and well-trained and organized National Defence Forces.
To establish a well trained motivated Police Force to assure Public Safety of all citizens.
Providing solutions to prevent armed conflicts.

Providing foreign Refugees and asylum seekers originating from foreign countries a safe heaven, but only when in the best interest of the Nation, and only when genuine political refugees.

Rule of Law, Transparency and Corruption

Governments and governance cannot exist or function without the political good called Rule of Law. Such a designation refers to Common Law or to a codified, transparent method of adjudicating personal disputes of all kinds, formal and informal contractual obligations, and disputes between citizens and the nation-state, without resort to violence. Thus, nation-states with enforceable codes of law, nation-states that have adhered to international conventions and legal obligations, and nation-states with judicial mechanisms free of state control have stronger rule of law regimes and supply larger amounts of the political good of Rule of Law.

Ratification of all Critical Legal Norms
Judicial Independence and Efficiency of the Courts of Law
Eradication of Corruption

As the term “rule of law” highlights “the idea of laws enacted - laid down, legislated - by an authoritative body.” The protection of the citizen’s basic human rights and upheld the basic principles of democracy.

To promote the ratification of all Critical Legal Norms.

To promote the ratification of core international human rights conventions.

To assist in the implement of economic and political sanctions in those countries where there are known human rights violations.

To allow the draft of Laws on contracts and property rights and other important areas for which clear legal norms are key to the development of the economy.

To assure the Existence of an Independent and Efficient Judicial System.

To assure the Existence of the Judicial independence, based on the rule of law.

To assure the independence and Efficiency of the courts in all matters pertaining to legal justice.

To assure the Efficiency of national institutions regarding contract enforcement, Doing Business measures the efficiency (in days) of “contract enforcement following the evolution of a sale of goods dispute and tracking the time involved from the moment the plaintiff files the lawsuit until actual payment.”

Corruption

To eradicate corruption in the Government and Public sector.

Citizens Participation and Human Rights

To promote the political good of political freedom has an essential tool to good governance. It includes Participation—the ability to contest elections freely; Respect for Basic Human Rights—all of the essential liberties and rights; and the Absence of Gender Discrimination.

To prevent discrimination, such as discrimination against ethnic groups and religious minorities (including ethnic) conflict. Without these components of political freedom, many other political goods that collectively compose good governance are difficult to exercise.

The Free and spontaneous Participation of each Citizens in the public and political life of the Nation.

To allow for Competitive Executive Elections, based on whether independent observer missions judge national elections to be “free and fair.”

Participation of main opposition candidates in Executive Elections.

Competitive Legislative Elections, based on whether official independent observer missions judge national elections to be “free and fair.”

Participation of main opposition candidates in legislative elections.

Respect for Civil and Political Rights of each State Citizens.

Respect for physical rights (absence of extra judicial killing, disappearances, torture, and political imprisonment).

Respect for civil rights (freedom of movement, political participation, worker's rights, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion).

To assure Press freedom at the most basic level.

To assure Absence of Gender Discrimination.

To advance Women’s Economic Rights.

To promote Women’s Political Rights.

To progress Women’s Social Rights.

Sustainable Economic Opportunity

To create and maintain Sustainable Economic Opportunities is an essential political good. Well-governed nation-states enable their citizens to pursue personal entrepreneurial goals and potentially prosper. They do so by providing regulatory frameworks conducive to such prosperity and by creating stable and forward-looking macroeconomic and fiscal policy environments that facilitate and encourage national and personal wealth creation. Arteries of commerce—a robust physical communications and transportation infrastructure—are also critical to the achievement of these national and personal objectives. Significant, too, is the extent to which African countries are safeguarding their environments. Doing so assists in sustaining economic opportunity. In order to measure the extent to which nation-states are providing this essential political good and its components.

To incentive Wealth Creation.

To monitor and maintain in a prosper level the GDP per capita.

To allow for Local and National Economic growth.

To allow and maintain Macroeconomic Stability and Financial Integrity.

To implement the necessary financial mechanisms of good economical governance and responsible control of the annual inflation rates.

To control and account for Government budget deficits and surpluses as a percentage of GDP.

To establish the Reliability of financial institutions and monitor the overall local and national business environment.

Taxes

Lower taxes benefit all citizens, creating jobs and allowing citizens to make more decisions for themselves about their lives.

Lower taxes allow more spending, saving, and investing which helps the economy - that means all citizens.

The economy and independence as a nation is increasingly in the hands of foreign governments such as the Communist and totalitarian regime of the Peoples Republic of China, this musty be brought to a full stop.

Corporate ethics

The bottom line for corporations is making a profit. Self-interest is a reliable motivator, and when it can be channelled in positive ways, society benefits. This positive channelling will occur only if corporate behaviour is constrained by ethical principles.

In the economic realm, as in all areas of life, self-interest must be balanced with responsibility for others. Experience shows that many businesses will operate in a responsible manner only if they are subjected to clear regulations and careful scrutiny.

Many business people are very conscientious, and attempt to function in socially responsible ways. Sometimes they are successful. However, in the absence of appropriate regulations, businesses that do attempt to operate in a responsible manner sometimes find they simply cannot compete with their less scrupulous competitors.

For businesses to be able to function in responsible ways requires attention to the “rules of the game” within which competition must take place.

Arteries of Commerce

The density of a nation’s road network (both paved and unpaved) per square kilometre of national land.

The supply, availability, reliability and access of electricity to the population.

The development of each African nation infrastructures of Land Line and Mobile (cellular) telephone network. Promoting and allowing free access to the Internet and promote the access to Computers.

Environmental Sensitivity

Environmental health, air quality, water resources, productive natural resources, biodiversity and habitat, and sustainable energy. Reduction of environmental stresses on human health and promotion of ecosystem vitality and natural resource management.

Human Development

Governments are charged by their constituents with supplying the political good of effective human development. Everywhere, especially in Africa, citizens expect their governments to provide opportunities for educational advancement, health care and medical and sanitary services, and poverty mitigation and alleviation.
The Federation of African Free States is determined to assist and help its affiliated Sovereign Nation States to eradicate National Poverty; the percent of all nationals live on less than US$1 day (the globally recognized poverty figure).
To implement the mechanisms that permits and allows a fair an equal national distribution of income.

Publicly Funded Health Care

Publicly funded health care financed entirely or in majority part by citizens' tax payments.

Health Outcomes:
To improve the Life expectancy at birth.
To prevent Infant mortality.
To prevent Maternal mortality.

To tackle Undernourishment in Africa to eradicate the percentage of the population whose food intake is below the minimum dietary energy requirements.
To increase the percentage of children immunized against measles.

To increase the percentage of children; aged 12-23 months immunized against diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus (DPT).
To provide treatment to people living with HIV, by using traditional methods and new discovery treatments.
To control and treatment for all TB cases (incidence).
To provide to all African Citizens Access to qualified physicians: and increase the density of physicians per 1000 people.
To provide to all African Citizens Access to trained nurses: and increase density of nurses per 1000 people
To establish an infrastructure that will enable the total of the population with access to potable water.

Educational Opportunity

To establish and maintain a high level of Adult literacy.

To establish and maintain a high level of Adult literacy among women, men and children.

To establish and maintain a high level of Primary school completion rate (the percentage of school-aged children who complete the last year of primary school)
To establish and maintain a high level of Primary school completion rate among girls.

To establish and maintain a high level of Pupil/Teacher ratio in primary schools.

To establish and maintain a high level of Persistence: Progression of all students from primary to secondary school.

Social Security

The establishment of a fully working African Social Welfare Service concerned with social protection, or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others.

1. Social insurance, where people receive benefits or services in recognition of contributions to an insurance scheme. These services will include provision for retirement pensions, disability insurance, survivor benefits and unemployment insurance.
2. Income maintenance; distribution of cash in the event of interruption of employment, including retirement, disability and unemployment.
3. Basic General Security, African citizens access to basic necessities; such as food, clothing, shelter, education and medical care.

African Independence and Sovereignty

So called free trade deals and world governmental organizations are a threat to independence as nations. They transfer power from our African governments to unelected foreign elites, such as the Communist Peoples Republic of China.

Withdrawal from all and any organizations and trade deals that infringe upon the freedom and independence of the African States.


Nkita bwa Equateur

Republic of Equateur

Head of State

- President of the Republic, Head of State: Jean Pierre Monga

Government Cabinet of the Republic of Equateur

Portfolio

- Prime Minister, Minister for the Civil Service: Mokonzi Mbokolo
- Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State:(To be nominated by the Prime Minister)

- Secretary of the Treasury: Mbokolo Mboliya
- Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Saluka Boswi
- Minister of the Economy: Saluka Matongbaka
- Minister Paymaster General: Gbaka Mdomolola
- Minister Financial Secretary: Lisapo Na Biso
- Minister Economic Secretary:Bokila Lokondo

- Governor of the Central Bank of Equator: Mangovo Ngoyo
- Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Equator: Enguake Mopete

- Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: Mangovo Ngoyo
- Deputy Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: Kolikinda Misatu
- Minister of State for Africa: P.W. Ebengo

- Secretary of State for the Home Department: Nkumu Boswi
- Minister for Public Works: B. Malengo Bola
- Minister for Religious Affairs: Ngeli Bobeka
- Minister of Immigration: Mokonzi Monga Likewe
- Minister for Pigmies Affairs: Esuke Mwana Lemba

- Secretary of State for Justice: E. Nsikugu Bokolomba
- Minister of Law: Mayamba Hyleur
- Minister of Constitutional Matters: Mandombo Bopili
- Leader of the House of Commons (Republic of Equateur Parliament): Solola Napiwa

- Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government: Michel Kat Akine
- Minister for Women and Equality: Peguy Mokuba Lele
- Minister for Family and Children: Jeanne Kalolo Dry

- Secretary of State for Culture, Media: Mako Kadidi
- Minister of Communication: Vada Monimambu
- Minister of Culture, Costumes and Tradition: D. Nseya Lubuaku
- Minister of Information and Media: Kadiko Borahe

- Secretary of State for Defence: Eyobaba Mapata
- Minister of State for Defence: Nkumu Ekila
- Minister of Military Intelligence: Ebale Mozindo

- Secretary of State for Education and Skills: Mposo Botuli
- Minister of Education: Mpia Malalo
- Minister of Professional Skills: Kipe Yekuo

- Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural: Sako Mbole
- Minister of Environment: Yomo Etumba
- Minister of Food Produce: Ekemba Sambi
- Minister if Rural: Lama Isambela

- Secretary of State for Health: Bopeta Mputu
- Minister of Public Health: Mbokolo Kasanda
- Minister of Health Education: Tombila Mavivana
- Minister of Hospitals: Kabola Nyioso

- Secretary of State for International Development: Nsambi Baku
- Minister of State for International Trade: D. Nzinga Emongo

- Secretary of State for Trade and Industry: Joel A. Lele
- Minister of Energy: Bose Patio
- Minister of Trade: Tanzambi Wa Tanzambi
- Minister of Industry: Negoli Kalamu

- Secretary of State for Transport and Communications: Kolikinda Yekuo
- Minister of Transport: Mboti Katanga
- Minister of Communications: Nkili Nsolenge

- Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: Pierre Sambi
- Minister of Work: P.W. Ebengo
- Minister of Pensions: Mulowayi Bado

- Attorney General: Mkololo Mayamba
- Supreme Court Judge: Nkosi Nioki
- Supreme Court Judge: Sika Mawete
- Supreme Court Judge: Tombola Mpia
- Supreme Court Judge: Nkelela Ikoli
- Supreme Court Judge: Selenge Mbokolo
- Supreme Court Judge: Nkumu Mawana
- Supreme Court Judge: Ndombela Kinda

Shadow Cabinet

The Shadow Cabinet (also called the Shadow Front Bench) is a senior group of opposition spokespeople in the Parliament of the Republic of Equateur system of government who together under the leadership of the Leader of the Opposition (or the leader of other smaller opposition parties) form an alternative cabinet to the government's, whose members shadow or mark each individual member of the government. Members of a shadow cabinet are often but not always appointed to a Cabinet post if and when their party gets into government. It is the Shadow Cabinet's responsibility to pass criticism on the current government and its respective legislation, as well as offering alternative policies.

The major opposition party and specifically its shadow cabinet is often called The Republic of Equateur Loyal Opposition. The adjective "loyal" is used because, while the role of the opposition is to oppose the Republic of Equateur Government, it does not dispute His Excellency the President right has Head of State and therefore the legitimacy of the government.

Some parliamentary parties, elect all the members of their shadow cabinets in a party room ballot, with the Leader of the Opposition then allocating portfolios to the Shadow Ministers. In other parliamentary parties, the membership and composition of the Shadow Cabinet is generally determined solely by the Leader of the Opposition.

EQUATEUR CITIZENSHIP OATH AND PLEDGE

The form of citizenship oath and pledge is as follows for registration of or naturalisation as an Equateur citizen:

OATH

"I, [name], swear by Almighty God that, on becoming a Equateur citizen, I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Republic of Equateur, and its legitimate Democratically and Constitutionally elected Government according to law."

PLEDGE

"I will give my loyalty to the Republic of Equateur and respect its rights and freedoms. I will uphold its democratic values. I will observe its laws faithfully and fulfil my duties and obligations as an Equateur citizen."

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