15 November 2012

Angola: SME Staff Urged to Abide By Transparency

Luanda — The State Secretary of Home Affairs Ministry, Eugénio Laborinho, Thursday in Luanda urged the personnel of Migration and Foreigners Department to stick to the principles of behaviour based on justice, transparency and professional ethics toward all citizens, both national and foreigners.

Eugénio Laborinho made the appeal while addressing the opening ceremony of the Consultative Council of Migration Service.

The senior official of Interior Ministry said that much has been done but much more needs to be done, having reiterated the efforts focussed on full and exemplary discipline in performance of irreplaceable social function.

According to Eugénio Laborinho, the country has been the target of a wave of disorderly immigration that arrive illegally, violating the procedures of immigration law.

To this purpose he defended the need to study intelligent measures of control and supervision centred on the organized networks which promote and help the illegal immigration for the purpose of destabilization in search of easy profit.

The event, which is scheduled to end on Friday, is discussing the conclusions emerged from the methodological meeting of maritime units, the study and analysis of the phenomenon of "illegal immigration" information.

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