12 January 2013

Angola: Justice Sector Gets Trade Union

Huambo — The justice sector in central Huambo province has since Friday a trade union after the swearing in of management structure members elected in December during a meeting held for the purpose.

Addressing the swearing in ceremony, the head of the trade union, Miguel Arcanjo Balaca, pledged to work toward the unification of all employees of the justice sector.

He said that the workers union of justice, while social partner of government, will work hard to improve the labour, social and economic issues of the staff.

Miguel Arcanjo also acknowledged the existence of several, enormous and complex challenges, but he said to count on the cooperation of all members.

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