2 February 2013

Angola: High Ranking Official Backs Creation of Efficient Justice System

Luena — The Secretary of State for National Defence for materials and infrastructures resources, general Salviano de Jesus Sequeira "Kianda", Friday defended the creation of an efficient justice system with a view to meeting with democratisation process, consolidation of peace and building an economic of market, underway in the country.

The official was speaking at the closing of the 12th methodological meeting intended to assess the military courts.

He said that the justice organs must show the ability to respond to the country's development needs, strengthening and credibility of the Angolan State democratic institutions.

According to the high ranking official, the Angolan State must ensure the material and spiritual well-being of the society, adding that the social peace comprises values established in Constitution and is part of the programme outlined by the Government that emerged from 2012 general elections.

He also recalled that the Angolan Armed Forces as a non partisan institution, whose the main task is to defende the country's sovereignity, the integrity and national independence, under the leadership of the commander-in-chief, José Eduardo dos Santos, must carry out the actions in the light of the Constitution, the law and the sovereignty organs.

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