15 February 2013

Angola: Human Resources Updating Contributes for Law-Abiding State Consolidation

Luanda — Angola's minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Mangueira,on Friday here said the updating of the existing human resources, through the continue investment of employees contribute for consolidation of a law-abiding country, Angop haslearnt.

The Cabinet minister said so when speaking at the opening of a training of cadres with the registration office and notary services.

He said that human resources as an integrant of the public administration is a fundamental side of this updating process of women and men that can assure the development of national project.

In his opinion, this training is another indicator of the new attitude and dynamic that the services will implement, in the fulfillment of the Government programme.

On his turn, the chairman of the Portuguese institute of registrations and notary services, António Figueirdo, said all these services are connected to a database where the employee has access to all information, in network, of the user service.

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