14 January 2013

Angola: Ruling Party MPs Attend Course On Drafting General Budget

Luanda — Members of Parliamentary bench of the ruling MPLA party will hold on 23 and 24 January the first activities to discuss techniques on drafting the State Budget and account.

This was said Monday in Luanda by the MP of MPLA, Salomão Xirimbimbi, when speaking to the press at the end of a meeting held by the party's parliamentary group, aimed at preparing the Tuesday's plenary and addressed issues related to the referred events.

He said the action is intended to equip the members on drafting the documents, as the general budget is a science that requires appropriate techniques that the members should master.

To this purpose, MPLA invited experts from Mozambique, Cape Verde and South Africa, the countries with experience in drafting the general account of State.

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