20 November 2012

Angola: MPs Discuss Joining Convention On Disabled People's Rights

Luanda — Angolan National Assembly (Parliament) members are holding an ordinary session on Tuesday, to discuss and vote the draft resolution on the adhesion of the country to the Convention on Rights of People with Disability, Angop learned.

The meeting is also discussing the analysis and voting of the Law on Legislative Authorisation for Alteration to Census Timing, the Draft Resolution on Angola's adhesion o the Convention on Protection to Children and Cooperation on International Adoption.

The MPs are also set to analyse and vote the draft resolution on the cancellation of the mandate of MP Bento Kangamba, the composition of the National Assembly's Managing Board and of the Groups of Parliamentary Women, the constitution of the Parliament's Standing Commission, the reshuffling of MPs and integration of MPs into speciality commissions.

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