27 February 2013

Angola: 2013 State Budget to Implement Government Programme

Luanda — The provision of the 2013 state budget (OGE), allocated to the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, despite it is not enough, will permit to cover great priorities and thus contribute to the execution of the 2012 electoral governance programme of the government led by MPLA.

This was said to Angop on Wednesday in Luanda by the incumbent minister Rui Mangueira, when speaking about the current state of his sector.

He pointed out as priority the conclusion of some infrastructures, such as justice palace of Uíge province, drug addicted centre in Bengo, courts of Benguela, Kuito (Bié) and Cacuaco (Luanda).

The official also said that the reform commission of justice and human right will function with a budget more adjusted to the crying needs.

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