21 November 2012

Angola: General Police Commander Distinguished With Merit Diploma

Luanda — The General Police Commander, Ambrósio de Lemos, last Tuesday in Luanda was distinguished with a merit diploma for the exemplary way in which he conducted the work of securing the electoral process that culminated with last August 31 general elections.

The diploma was handed by the Home Affairs minister, Ângelo de Barros Veiga Tavares, during the closing ceremony of the Broad Consultative Council of the Ministry of the Interior.

On the occasion, were also distinguished the national commander for Civil Protection and Fire Service, commissioner António Vicente Gimbe, and the Luanda Province police commandeer, Elisabeth Rank Frank.

Merit diplomas were also awarded to the heads of the departments of Migration and Foreigners (SME), Prison Services and other provincial police commanders.

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