Angola: Justice Minister Chairs Consultative Council in Benguela

The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Mangueira, left this Wednesday morning for the central Benguela province, where he is going to chair the 8th consultative council of the sector.

The three-day event will analyse permanent issues related planning and capacity building of human resources of the justice sector, as well as legislative proposals.

Money laundering, nationality and Fiduciary law, among others, will also be presented by different areas of the ministerial department.

The council will also discuss the 2013 state budget for the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, having into account the existing reality and work perspectives in the secto.

The event, which is happening under the topic "All for a more effective justice", will also assess the Justice Agenda in the executive governance programme for 2012/2017 and the legislative plan of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights in this period.

The council will also analyse the international policy of justice and the activity guidelines of reform commission of Law and Justice.

The event is being attended by provincial delegates and senior employees of the ministry from the country's 18 provinces.

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