28 December 2012

Angola: Official Calls for Humanisation of Prisons

Dundo — The Prison Service should work on the implementation of prisons humanisation process.

This was said to Angop on Friday in Dundo city in the eastern Lunda Norte province by the local delegate of the Ministry of Interior, Gil Famoso Sebastião da Silva.

The official, who witnessed the Christmas of the inmates of Cacanda prison, promoted by Ministry of Interior, said that the process aims to improve the living conditions, medical assistance and technical professional training of the prisoners.

He also said that with the full implementation of these actions in prison services, it will meet the guidelines of the executive in order to improve the prison system in the country.

The delegate recalled that the Ministry of Interior, the entity entitled to ensure the security and stability in the country should focus on the prison system and its surrounding environment.

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