The composition and functioning of the CNESE set by law (JO)

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The presidential decree on the composition and functioning of the National Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CNESE), was published in the Official Journal (JO) n ° 03 of January 10, 2021.

The purpose of this decree is to fix the composition and functioning of the CNESE which is an advisory body, a framework for dialogue, consultation and proposals, in all areas of the life of citizens and the Nation.

The Council is referred to by the President of the Republic or the Prime Minister for any opinion or any study within its areas of competence, falls under article 4 of the decree.

The Council may also take the initiative to formulate proposals and recommendations or to prepare any study or report relating to questions falling within its missions and submit them to the Government.

Still within the same framework, the presidential decree indicates that the Council can also take the initiative of issuing opinions, formulating proposals or preparing all studies or reports relating to issues falling within its missions and submit them to the President of the Republic or to the Prime Minister. This institution brings together “representative or qualified members”, and is made up of two hundred (200) members, including 75 for the economic and social sectors, 60 for civil society, 20 for qualified personalities and 45 under State administrations and institutions.

Members are appointed for a term of three (3) years, renewable once, specifies article 8 of the decree. Stirring broad, the CNESE component is extended to almost all areas of activity, including the insurance sector, sitting through a representative appointed by the Permanent Secretariat of the National Insurance Council. To read the full decree, click on this link.