10 December 2012

Angola: Ombudsman Lectures On Human Rights

Sumbe — The Angolan ombudsman, Paulo Tjipilica, lectured on Monday in Sumbe city, coastal Kwanza Sul province, on Human Rights Declaration and the role played by the institution in defending rights, freedoms and guarantees of the citizens.

Attended by judicial magistrates, magistrates of the prosecuting counsel, militaries and paramilitaries, chieftains and guests, the ombudsman spoken on the 64th universal declaration, marked this Monday and pointed out the need for all Angolans to defend the human rights.

"We want to turn Angola into a nation, respect the human rights in its most varied sector of life", the ombudsman added that in this sense all citizens are invited to contribute.

He said that each citizen has the right to a name, information, freedom, private and family life that must not be taken away.

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