13 December 2012

Angola: Justice in Menongue Lacks Suitable Infrastructures

Menongue — The minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Mangueira, Wednesday in Menongue, south-eastern Kuando Kubango province, admitted the sector he leads lacks adequate infrastructures for its good functioning in the region.

The official was speaking to the press at the local airport, at the end of a visit he paid to Kuando Kubango.

He on the occasion assured that the Ministry will work hard to build infrastructures that dignify both workers and citizens.

The minister also said that in addition to getting improved, the services of justice will also be extended to such municipalities as Dirico, Kalai and Kuito Kuanavale.

According to the minister, civil and criminal registration and civil identification are the services first to be installed in the above mentioned municipalities, while those of Mavinga and Kalai will gain courts first.

During his visit to Kuando Kubango, Rui Mangueuria learned of the functioning of the Provincial Delegation of the Justice Ministry and met with the local governor, Higino Carneiro, and with officials of the justice administration organs.

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