10 December 2018

Angola: Minister Defends New Administrative Model

Luanda — The minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Adão de Almeida, defended on Monday in Luanda, the construction of a new administrative procedure based on the reality of Angola.

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Participants at conference on "The Challenges of public administration"

The official said so while speaking at the opening of a conference on Public Administration challenges during the 23 years of validity of the decree on the Norms of Procedure and Administrative Activity.

The said model must be flexible enough to adjust to the cities, villages and urban communities with technological infrastructures as well as the inner part of the country, which faces problems of lack of electrical power.

According to Adão de Almeida, Angola needs a public administration tailored to the different context and dynamic and to be adjustable to the constants changes imposed by the 21st century.

Diversify the economy and sources of resources of the country to boost it, which according to the minister, is a challenge that calls for all and cannot be surpassed without a public administration in the right place and simplifies the life of the companies and citizens.

The meeting to end on Tuesday is discussing issues such as "Challenges of the Angolan public administration in context of State Reform", "Administrative Organization" and Reform of Angolan Administrative Procedure".

The event is being attended by Angolan public officials, academic community and civil society.

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