24 November 2012

Angola: Minister Satisfied With Justice and Human Rights Institutions

Kuito — The Angolan minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Jorge Carneiro Mangueira, Friday in Kuito, central Bie province, expressed satisfaction with the performance of the sector's institutions in the region, in improving the services provided to citizens.

Speaking after visits to several institutions of his ministry, the minister stressed that the priority is to improve the physical conditions of provincial courts and employ capable magistrates, so that citizens have access to justice.

Rui Mangueira said the sector, in partnership with local Government, will work for the construction of new infrastructures in the municipalities, so that every citizen enjoys the services locally.

In addition to the construction of infrastructures, minister said, the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights in the country, and in Bie, particularly, so that the citizens no longer take justice into their own hands but instead look for an answer from the institutions of the State.

During his stay, the minister visited the Department of Civil and Criminal Identification, the Notary Office of the Bie district and others.

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