Angola: Sol Bank CEO Highlights Gains of Peace

The CEO of the Angolan Sol Bank, Coutinho Nobre Miguel, said on Thursday in Luanda that peace is immeasurable good that brought gains for the Angolans that will mark their lives forever.

"One of the main gains of peace achieved in 2002 is the political, economic, legal stability and constitutional normality, with the periodical holding of elections, where the power is legitimated by the universal suffrage", he said.

The banker was speaking to Angop on the fringes of the inauguration act by the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, of the boat terminbals of Capossoca and Luanda Port, which will serve as boarding and disembarking points of passengers, through the Ferry-Boat.

He also hailed the industrialization of the country, through the public and private initiatives, whose primary objective is the offer of job to young people and the diversification of the economy which then was very dependent to oil.

The manager underlined the advances recorded in the domains of primary services of health and education, highlighting the emergence of various primary and secondary schools and universities committed to the academic and scientific training of the man, aiming for the development of the country.

According to him, peace also enabled the pacification of the citizens' spirits, regardless the political and religious convictions and origins, the Angolans today benefit from the gains of peace.

The political, economic and social insertion of Angola at international level was also highlighted by Coutinho Nobre Miguel, who augurs for a prosperous Angola for the well-being of all Angolans.

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