Angola: President Creates Commission to Research On National Liberation Struggle

Luanda — The President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, has created an Interministerial Commission in charge of preparing the Integrated Research Program for Collection of Oral and Written Sources, regarding the National Liberation Struggle.

According to a press release from the Civil House of the President, the Commission has the powers to collect and record all historical data and information relating to the period of the National Liberation Struggle, research and studies on the major historical events of the National Liberation Struggle.

To evaluate the accuracy of oral and written sources, making the compilation of all the information obtained and to propose the creation of mechanisms for the dissemination and preservation of historical data, are also functions of the commission.

The said Committee is coordinated by the Minister of Culture and integrated by the Ministers of Higher Education, as deputy coordinator, National Defence, Former Combatants and Motherland Veterans and Territorial Administration.

In another dispatch, the President creates the Installation Committee of the Management Company of Regulated Markets that will have the responsibility of ensuring transparency, efficiency and security of transactions.

This committee should also ensure the material conditions necessary for boosting secondary market for securities, stimulating participation of small investors and competition between market operators.

Among its tasks, a particular focus on the task of structure and propose the model and business plan for the future Management Company of Market Regulators and the Central Securities Depository.

This Committee is coordinated by Eduardo Leopoldo Severim de Morais and integrated by Ana Paula Alves Coelho, Maria Candido Bernardete de Jesus Sambingo, Zacarias Pereira Neto and Ana Regina da Silva Correia Victor.

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