14 January 2013

Angola: Minint Consultative Council Closes Tuesday

Luanda — The Broad Consultative Council of the Interior Ministry (MININT) that started Monday in Luanda, will be closing on Tuesday, with the adoption of the documents that will govern the work of the institution in a near future.

The information was released by the director of MININT's Office of Studies, Information and Analysis, Jorge Mendonça.

Speaking to the press on Monday, the official said the meeting is reviewing such topics as illegal immigration and measures to curb the evil.

He said that on the first day of the meeting, the participants are discussing the programme of disarming of civilians in illegal possession of firearms, its updating, strategy and financial management in the year 2013.

Road accidents, their causes and consequences, the public order situation and need to upgrade the staff in management of calamities and natural disasters, will also be tackled at the meeting.

On Tuesday, the participants will focus mainly on the strategy to be adopted in the domain of inspection and information and the preparation of the 2nd National Symposium on Crime in Angola.

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