8 February 2013

Angola: Minister Envisages Approximation of Auxiliary Justice Services to People

Luena — The minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Jorge Carneiro Mangueira, last Friday in Luena City said that he is in Moxico Province to learn about the functioning of the sector and study measures to approximate the auxiliary services to the people.

According to the minister, after his arrival in Luena airport, the visit will also serve to collect opinins to enrich the sector's five-year programme, having into account the objectives of the Executive for the development of this area.

"We came to get in contact with our institution and find out how we can develop our works here and place the auxiliary justice services closer to the citizens", explained the minister.

Before returning to Luanda, which is scheduled to happen still this Friday, Rui Jorge Mangueira will hold meetings with workers of the Provincial Justice and Human Rights Department, as well as with judicial magistrates and prosecutors.

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