Isabel Ivina

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Mayor Isabel Eraul Ivina of Malabo,the capital of Equatorial Guinea, briefly visited LibrevilleTuesday to finalise a partnership with the Gabonese GarbageProcessing Company (SOVOG) to collect garbage in Malabo,officials affirmed here.05/10/2004

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rs. Isabel Eraul Ivina is the new Mayor of Malabo, capital of Equatorial Guinea.As announced by officials, Mrs. Ivina was elected by the new municipal council of the city, which emerged from the April 25 elections won by a landslide by the ruling PDGE (Equatorial Guinea Democratic Party), obtaining 237 of the 244 municipal council seats of the nation.Mrs. Ivina, widow of a former finance minister and municipal councillor in the previous administration of Malabo, was sworn in yesterday in presence of the Governor of the Bioko-north province, in which the capital is located.The new Mayor declared over the State radio that her "priorities will be the reorganisation of the city and amplification of the running water distribution network to all zones of Malabo".Isabel Eraul Ivina is the second woman to hold the post of mayor, in 1998 the capital was administrated by Cristina Djombe Djangani.

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Libreville, Gabon (PANA) - Mayor Isabel Eraul Ivina of Malabo,the capital of Equatorial Guinea, briefly visited LibrevilleTuesday to finalise a partnership with the Gabonese GarbageProcessing Company (SOVOG) to collect garbage in Malabo,officials affirmed here."The initiative calls upon the services of experts to promote thepresent and future development of urban areas," the sourcesquoted Ivina, who was elected Mayor of Malabo last April.She plans to build a market in Malabo, improve parklands, buildroad and waterways network, especially a better water processingand supply in Malabo, the capital of a country, which is thethird oil producer in south Saharan Africa."This includes all the fields of action, from communication ofinformation on water reserves to the epidemiological surveys onwater transmitted diseases, to protection against storms," saidIvina, who has prioritised cleaning up Malabo.

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