4 July 2014

Angola: Cabinet Council Approves Public Institutions Statutes

Luanda — The Cabinet Council Friday in Luanda approved the statutes for seven public institutions and statutes, as part of the process to adjust the State?s Direct and Indirect Administration to the law.

The institutions that gained statutes are the Ministry of Interior, the Institute of Telecommunication Administration (INATEL), the National Demining Institute (INAD), the Institute of Socio-Professional Reintegration of Ex-militaries and the Angolan Institute of Communications (INACOM).

The session chaired by the head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, also approved the statutes for the National Centre of Information Technologies (CMTI) and the National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET).

The Cabinet Council also approved two undertaking contracts designed to ensure the continued implementation of the programmes for the sector of energy, under the National Development Plan for 2013/2017.

The contracts concern the construction of a 60 kw transportation line connecting the Cambuta and Dondo sub-stations to the Cassualala sub-station (northern Cuanza Note province) and another one between Cambuta and Cambambe (Cuanza Norte) and Calulo (Cuanza Sul) sub-stations.

The session also approved a Strategy of Intervention and Inclusion of Children with Disability.

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