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Tue, 30 Oct 2018 11:23 - Updated Wed, 31 Oct 2018 15:58

State of sport analysed at consultative council

Luanda - Assessment of the activities of the first half of 2018, analysis of the state of infrastructures, Anti-doping Law proposal, among others, are included in the agenda of the 11th Broad Consultative Council of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, which takes place Tuesday, at INFORFIP's facilities, in the municipality of Cacuaco, in Luanda.

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To be chaired by the incumbent minister, Ana Paula do Sacramento Neto, at the meeting, in addition to those topics - according to the programme that reached ANGOP on Monday - it will also be presented the Map of  Actions, Goals and indicators (PDN 2018-2022) and Proposal of the State Policy for the Youth.

The event will analyse proposal of diplomas of the Organic Statutes, Electoral Regulations, assessment of the participation of Angola in the CPLP Games held in São Tomé and Príncipe/2018 and information on the state of preparation of the Region 5 Games in Botswana/2018, and on the participation of national teams in international events.

About the Centre for Sports Medicine, questions are reserved on Mandatory Medical Sports Exams, Compulsory Composition of Sports Medical Teams, Sports Medical Statistics and Cardioprotection of Sports Facilities.


 

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