3 December 2012

Angola: Parliament Speaker, MPs Outline Agenda

Luanda — The National Assembly (Angolan Parliament) speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, met Monday in Luanda with the leaders of parliamentary benches to outline the agenda for the 3rd plenary session of the house, set for December 13.

Speaking at the end of the session, the first secretary of the Parliament's, Emília Carlota Dias, told press that the agenda will focus on reviewing and voting the resolution drafts on the adhesion of the Republic of Angola to the 2012 Beijing Convention.

Another topic on the agenda refers to the draft resolution on the adhesion of Angola to the Treaty of Pelindaba (African Nuclear Weapon Free Zone Treaty).

According to the spokesperson, the MPs will also analyse and vote the draft resolution that approves the adhesion of Angola to the Africa Union Convention on Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons in Africa (Kampala Convention) and the one that approves the adoption of minor Ana Rita.

The agenda includes internal discussions and the reshuffled of MPs, re-examination and voting of the resolution that approves the composition of the MPs comprising the National Assembly Specialised Matters Commission, the National Assembly Plan of Activities and others.

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