Angola: Fully Operation of Municipal Courts Depends On Adequate Infrastructures

Luanda — The fully functioning of the municipal courts depends on the conclusion of the construction works of adequate infrastructures because these institutions need specific services to meet the challenges.

This was said to Angop on Wednesday in Luanda by the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Rui Mangueira, when assessing the sector.

Rui Mangueira also defended the need of admitting of new employees and bailiffs, consequently the training of many experts for a considerable number of courts, taking into account the political and administrative division of the country (about 163 municipalities).

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