Unanimously elected on 12 December in Lisbon, Portugal, the businesswoman becomes the first woman to head the Confederation of Enterprises of the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CE-CPLP) and the first person from Guinea-Bissau to be appointed to the head of this organisation.
Nelma Fernandes succeeds the Mozambican Salimo Abdula, who led the organisation for about nine years. Prior to her election, she was vice-president of the Executive Committee of the CPLR-EFC, the only woman on that committee; vice-president of the CPLR-EFC Federation of Women Entrepreneurs; representative in Portugal of the CPLR . . .
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