21 December 2012

Angola: Social Commission Reviews Draft On 2013 Academic Year Schedule

Luanda — The Commission for Social Policy of Cabinet Council analysed a government draft on 2013 academic year schedule.

This happened at the first Ordinary Session, presided over by the Vice-president of Republic Manuel Vicente.

During the session, the participants also analysed the draft on raising the Mbanza Congo city, northern Zaire province, to Cultural heritage of humanity and information on the situation of American World University in Angola.

The meeting also reviewed two drafts presidential decrees: The first sets norms and procedures for granting staple food; another on the regulation of law on domestic violence.

Analysis on regulation of technical group of support to the commission for social policy and the ordinary meeting timing of the organs attached to Cabinet Council, created under the Presidential decree nº 218/12, of October 15, were also addressed.

Addressing a meeting, the Vice-president also headed the works of 6th ordinary session of economic commission of Cabinet Council that analysed a series of issues.

The meeting was attended by the Angolan minister of Economy, Abraão Gourgel, who told the press that the session approached, among other matters, the regulation of technical group of support to the commission of Real Economy, as well as the issue of assessing the national entrepreneurial sector.

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