22 March 2010

Angola: Civil Society Clarified On Constitution

Luanda — Angolan citizens, representatives of the civil society in Cacuaco district, Luanda, were briefed on Monday by the members of the National Assembly (Angolan Parliament) on the Constitution, promulgated last February 05.

The coordinator of the national commission for Cacuaco, Sérgio Joaquim, informed that the document replaces the Constitutional Law used after the independence of Angola, on November 11, 1975.

The act was attended by MPs, the deputy administrator of the district, Daniel Kubanza, and the provincial directors of Agriculture, Rural Development, Fishing and Industry in Luanda, Georgina Tavares and Carlos Botelho, respectively.

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