Angolan MPs End Training in Maputo

Luanda — A group 11 members of the Angolan Parliament, headed by Raul Augusto Lima, concluded over the weekend a three-day upgrading course in Maputo, Mozambique.

The information is contained in a press note from the Angolan diplomatic mission in that African country.

It stresses that the programme, also attended by Mozambican trainees, focused on subjects concerning budget planning, as part of a wider scheme of continued training of MPs from Portuguese speaking countries.

The three days event analysed such topics as management and public finance systems, medium-term fiscal scenario, introduction to financial audit and compliance.

The role of budget planning commissions from Portuguese speaking countries, budgetary scrutiny and public accounts, opportunities and challenges in public accounts, as well as the role and functions of supreme audit institutions, were also part of the programme.

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