8 June 2012

Angola: State Secretary for Human Rights Works in Zaire

Luanda — The State secretary for Human Rights, Antonio Bento Bembe, is expected Monday in northern Zaire province for a five-day work visit.

According to a press note issued by this governmental department that Angop had got access to, Friday, during his stay in Zaire province, Bento Bembe will address and reflect with the different social actors of the public sector and not only on the human rights issues.

On the other hand, he will disseminate the culture of human rights through dialogue and discussions, as contained in the schedule of activities for this year, as well as evaluate the state of this issue in the region for periods of the last visit and verify the degree of compliance with the same model of wellbeing.

The State secretary for human rights will hold meetings with the provincial governor, advisory board members of the delegation of the Ministry of Interior and members of the provincial committee of human rights.

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