Namibe — The Executive is committed to continuing with public administration reform widely, covering the administration of state and other public sectors, aiming for greater efficiency, quality and rigor in the services.
This was said so on Sunday in the south-west Namibe province by the Vice-president of the Republic, while addressing the main event of the festivities of the 37th anniversary of the national independence.
He stressed that in the ambit of justice, the executive is committed to concluding the tasks referring to the reform of criminal and civil codes, which will contribute to a better and efficient administration of justice.
So, the official said that it will be materialised a national plan of training of cadres, aimed to secure the technical and professional training and added skills of national staff so as to comply with the objectives contained in the action programmes of the main public policies.
The Vice-president said that the educational system in general, both public and private, will be adjusted to the immediate challenges that the country experiences and the expected increase of the students that will reach in 2015 about 40 per cent of the population.
According to him, the government will continue to invest in the eradication of illiteracy, universalization of school service and improvement of teaching quality.