Construction works on the new edifice to host the services of the National Assembly in Yaounde, Cameroon are 70% complete.
The evaluation was made by the Speaker of the National Assembly Honourable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril on the sideline of the November session of parliament.
The House Speaker applauded the execution rate of as well as the quality of work done on the site. He however called on the constructor to endeavour to respect the 42 months deadline for the completion of the projection.
The team of parliamentarians who visited the site observed that the main structure was far advanced but other structures with the complex were below 50% done.
The House speaker was assured that despite delays recorded due to the global health Pandemic, the COVID-19, work is advancing smoothly.
The new edifice of the national assembly is being constructed on a 14 hectare piece of land will comprise 14 stories.
The President of the follow up committee, Hon Theodore Datouo explained that the existing plenary hall will be integrated into the new building and it will serve as the national assembly museum.
The project estimated at 54.5 billion CFA francs is carried out thanks to the diplomatic cooperation between Cameroon and China.