Kinshasa, october 5th, 2022 (CPA).– A delegation of university professors led by Professor Malembe Tamandiak, pleaded for the consideration of the concerns of teachers at higher and university level in the 2023 Finance Law, during an exchange, Tuesday at the People’s Palace, with the first vice-president of the National Assembly, Professor André Mbata.
Their exchanges revolved around concerns related to their academic career with a view to their insertion in the draft national budget for the 2023 financial year, the discussions of which are scheduled during this ordinary session in September.
“We are here to offer the Honorable André Mbata our sincere congratulations. Then he is vice-president of a large institution which is the budgetary authority, and soon the finance law will be discussed. As a teacher, we have concerns that we have raised with him which are linked to the academic career especially”, said Professor Malembe at the end of this interview.
The university professors wanted to draw the attention of the first vice-president of the National Assembly, in his capacity as a legislator, but also as a professor like them.
“We have come to visit a fellow professor who has been called upon to assume high responsibilities, which is an honor for the University. All those who pursue an academic career feel concerned by this appointment,” he said.