Luanda — The Economic Commission of the Angolan Executive is gathered this Thursday in the Presidential Palace, in Luanda, analysing the national development plan for 2013-2017 and the 2013 budget draft, among other issues.
The national development plan is a short and medium term planning that foresees the growth and the diversification of the Angolan conomy, based on the sustainable development of the national entrepreneurial sector.
The national development plan deserved the first analysis on November 28, this year.
The Angolan Cabinet Council, in its last session, made some changes to the bill that governs the organisation and functioning of the economic commission, which is now integrated by the Minister of State and Chief of the Civil Office and secretary for economic affairs of the President of the Republic.
According to the changes that were made, the Economic Commission also includes the holders of the portfolios on planning, finances, public administration, employment and social security, and the governor of the National Reserve Bank (BNA).