Angola: Parliament Discusses Role of Media

Luanda — The role of Media in consolidating the democratic rule of the law is being discussed at ordinary plenary meeting of the National Assembly (AN), on 22 April.

The proposal, from the opposition UNITA Parliament Group, received the consent by MPLA, the ruling party with the Parliamentary majority in the house.

Thursday agenda covers 16 points, with stress to votes, in general terms, for the Draft Law on Medically Assisted Human Reproduction and the Volunteering.

The MPs will also analyse and vote for the resolution projects of the Execution Reports of the General State Budget (OGE) of the First, Second and Third quarters of 2020.

Law Proposals on the Consumption Tax and sending of Angolan Military and Para-military contingents abroad will also go to the final vote.

The MPs will also analyze and vote for the Resolution Project for the Ratification of the Cooperation Agreement between Angola and the Spain in the issues related to the Security and Crime Fight.

This cooperation agreement makes Spain Angola's strategic partner on security and crime fight.

The proposal, from the opposition UNITA Parliament Group, received the consent by MPLA, the ruling party with the Parliamentary majority in the house.

Thursday agenda covers 16 points, with stress to votes, in general terms, for the Draft Law on Medically Assisted Human Reproduction and the Volunteering.

The MPs will also analyse and vote for the resolution projects of the Execution Reports of the General State Budget (OGE) of the First, Second and Third quarters of 2020.

Law Proposals on the Consumption Tax and sending of Angolan Military and Para-military contingents abroad will also go to the final vote.

The MPs will also analyze and vote for the Resolution Project for the Ratification of the Cooperation Agreement between Angola and the Spain in the issues related to the Security and Crime Fight.

This cooperation agreement makes Spain Angola's strategic partner on security and crime fight.

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